For the Enhanced nPartition Commands, the parmodify command's -a... option
is as follows:
where the cell, type, use,
and fail attributes are the same as supported by the
Original nPartition Commands.
The clm value specifies the amount of memory
that will be configured as cell local memory for the cell.
You can specify the clm value in either of two
forms: percentage or absolute amount of memory.
Percentage cell-local memory (CLM).
number can be any number in the range 0-100 with a suffix of %.
This number is rounded to 12.5%, 25%, 37.5%, 50%, 62.5%, 75%, 87.5%
or 100%. If the cell contains less than 4 GBytes of memory, then the percentage
is rounded to 25%, 50%, 75% or 100%. Percentages are rounded up or down to
the nearest value, but are not rounded up to 100%.
Absolute CLM specification. (The default.)
absolute number is interpreted as an absolute number of gigabytes of memory
and can optionally have a suffix of GB.
As needed, an absolute CLM specification is rounded up to the nearest
If the clm value is rounded, the command
reports the final value used. For details, refer to the parmodify(1M) manpage.