What do changes made to resources available to a parent pool affect in a resource pool hierarchy?

What do changes made to resources available to a parent pool affect in a resource pool hierarchy?

A.
Child pools

B.
Sibling pools

C.
Sibling and child pools

D.
Root resource pools

6 Comments on “What do changes made to resources available to a parent pool affect in a resource pool hierarchy?

  1. Jon says:

    Correct answer is C.

    A change made to a pool will affect not only it’s children, but also any sibling pools that it is parallel with. I can’t find any documentation to support this but I confirmed this in a lab and remember seeing this question/answer before.

  2. Antti says:

    Lets assume I have 16GB of memory in my cluster, and I have three resource pools on the root level, each having a reservation of 3GB and a limit of 4GB. And those resource pools have an indefinite amount of child resource pools.

    Now if I add another 16GB of memory to my cluster thus changing the available resources, how are the pools or child pools affected? none, but the root pool is! so in this case the D is right 🙂

    The questions should be made so that there is no question about the right answer.

  3. Antti says:

    well the D was “root pools” so it can’t be that in my case, but anyway some of the questions should be made clearer. Or change the certification to hands on test like Red Hat has.


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