We currently have the default Admin context and one virtual context within which all the load balanced services exist.
Been reading through the following document since I'm looking to setup another virtual context.
I noted the following statement under the Overview of ACE Resource section:
"By default, when you create a context, the ACE associates the context with the default resource class. The default resource class provides resources of a minimum of 0 and a maximum of unlimited for all resources except sticky entries. For stickiness to work properly, you must explicitly configure a minimum resource limit for sticky entries by using the
As things currently stand the resources allocated to the single VC we have is configured as follows:
limit-resource all minimum 10.00 maximum unlimited
Given this config means that the sticky entries are also given a minimum of 10% of the overall resources, is there a need to explicitly state this via the limit-resource command? Can someone clarify this?
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