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Interleaved Memory on Cellular Hosts


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HP recommends that you use only interleaved memory (ILM) on cellular hosts instead of using cell local memory (CLM). When ILM is set too low on a CLM system, guests can fail to start. Furthermore, a guest is not guaranteed to be placed on the same cell where its memory was allocated, thereby, degrading performance. If your site requires CLM, contact HP Field Support for possible alternatives.

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