30-Jan-2023 21:58 - edited 09-Feb-2023 23:08
rseries device can alloc some vcpu to tenant, can't alloc full vcpu to tenant
so, this tenant Can the performance of the datasheet be achieved?
refer the below link.
I hope you find what you want.
Hey @neeeewbie - FYI I've reached out to the guys who own that datasheet, and they are taking a look at it and will update the document accordingly.
Question for you on this one, @neeeewbie - were you unable to allocate more than 6CPU/tenant? What made you say that the datasheet was wrong?
07-Feb-2023 20:55 - edited 07-Feb-2023 20:59
I was caseopen this issues.
It has been identified as a GUI bug.
I understand that the bug ID came out.
Won't the Sol document come out soon?
below snapshot is tennant deploy screen. (It is bug)
I wrote wrong number, can just 8 vcpu to tenant
I checked datasheet, it is indicate r4600 can alloc 12 vcpu to tenant
but, when I checked that on gui, can alloc 8 vcpu to tenant
this device can alloc 12vcpu to all of tenant, but can't alloc 12vcpu to one tenant
so, I thought datasheet wrong
Just to make sure you both saw the TechNews Notification from yesterday, @neeeewbie and @Hooni_L -
"If you purchased F5 rSeries r5000/r10000 systems and your rSeries appliances are connected to Cisco Nexus switches over 10-Gb or 25-Gb links, F5 recommends that you delay taking down the interfaces until you are able to download and install F5OS 1.3.2. F5OS 1.3.2 is not yet available, but you can contact F5 Support to get early access to the software if your scenario fits this description.
The 10-Gb and 25-Gb interfaces on F5 rSeries 5000 and 10000 systems may fail to establish links with Cisco Nexus 9000, 7000, or 5000 series switches. When this issue occurs, the network links either cannot be established or are suspended, resulting in no network connectivity between the rSeries system and the Cisco Nexus switch. In some cases, the link does not come up after a system shutdown or restart or after an interface shutdown.
This issue occurs when all of the following conditions are met:
The network link fails to establish, resulting in no network connectivity between the rSeries system and the Cisco Nexus switch.
As a result of this issue, you may encounter the following symptoms:
Note: This symptom is more likely to occur after upgrading to F5OS-A 1.3.1.
For more information, refer to K000132166: 10G and 25G interfaces on rSeries 5000 and 10000 series systems may fail to establish li...."