- If you want to configure the VMQ vNIC on a service profile for a server, at least one adapter in the server must support VMQ. Make sure the servers have at least one the following adapters installed:• UCSC-PCIE-CSC-02 (this is the VIC-1225)
- When a VMQ vNIC is configured on service profile, make sure you have the following settings: • Select SRIOV in the BIOS policy. • Select Windows in the Adapter policy. - Create a VMQ connection policy: UCS-A# scope org UCS-A /org # create vmq-conn-policy policy name UCS-A /org/vmq-conn-policy* # set queue-count queue count (number) UCS-A /org/vmq-conn-policy* # set interrupt-count queue count (number) UCS-A /org/vmq-conn-policy* # commit-buffer
I don't have a server at this moment to test; I assume (hope), that CIMC of a standalone server should allow you to do the same commands.
Hi, in this case they are using the P81E adapter and i believe that it doesn´t support VMQ, it´s discontinued and not listed in the document you referred to. I will look into this further and let you know what i find out.
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