In this video Morten talks about how to license Oracle on IBM LPAR when having a shared CPU Pool, gives an example to help you better understand licensing calculations.
00:07 You have 2 different LPARs running Oracle workloads. You have 2 modes, you have uncapped and capped mode.
00:27 You have a virtual CPU pool.
00:42 The formula for how to calculate the licenses is to sum the entitled capacity for each LPAR running Oracle.
01:04 Then you need to sum the virtual CPUs for each uncapped LPAR.
01:20 Then you sum the both formulas and compare it to the Processor pool and you license the lowest number.
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