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CPU and Memory hotplug support by PCS 6

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Cloud Server 6.0

Information

The CPU and RAM hotplug feature is not supported by some guest operating systems. Below, you may see which of the OSes supported by Parallels Cloud Server 6.0 support hot-plugging CPU and memory into them.

NOTE: To remove RAM or CPU, the virtual machine should be stopped first.

Windows

Guest OS Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Edition CPU RAM CPU RAM
Windows Server 2012   Supported Supported
Windows 8  
Windows 7 SP1 Home Basic
Home Premium Supported Supported
Professional Supported Supported
Enterprise Supported Supported Supported
Ultimate Supported Supported Supported
Windows 2008R2 SP1 Standard N/A N/A
Enterprise N/A N/A Supported
Datacenter N/A N/A Supported Supported
Other editions N/A N/A Supported
Windows 2003R2 SP2 Standard
Enterprise Supported Supported
Other editions
Windows Vista SP2 All edition Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Windows XP SP2 Professional N/A N/A Supported Supported
Windows XP SP3 Professional Supported Supported N/A N/A
Windows 2000 SP4 All editions Unknown Unknown N/A N/A

RHEL/CentOS

Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Guest OS CPU RAM CPU RAM
RedHat Enterprise Linux 6.x *
* see KB114762
Supported Supported Supported Supported
RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.x
RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.x
CentOS 6.x Supported Supported Supported Supported
CentOS 5.x
CentOS 4.x

Debian/Ubuntu

Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Guest OS CPU RAM CPU RAM
Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Debian GNU/Linux 5.0
Ubuntu 13.10 Supported Supported Supported
Ubuntu 12.04 Supported Supported Supported
Ubuntu 11.10 *
* see KB114763
Supported Supported Supported Supported
Ubuntu 10.10 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Ubuntu 10.04
Ubuntu 9.10
Ubuntu 8.04

SLES/OpenSUSE

Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Guest OS CPU RAM CPU RAM
Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2
Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10
Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9
OpenSuse 12.2 Supported Supported Supported Supported
OpenSuse 11.4 Supported Supported Supported Supported
OpenSuse 11.2
OpenSuse 11.1

FreeBSD

Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Guest OS CPU RAM CPU RAM
FreeBSD 9
FreeBSD 8.1
FreeBSD 7.3

Other

Architecture 32 bit 64 bit
Guest OS CPU RAM CPU RAM
Fedora 19 ok not ok ok not ok
Fedora 18 ok not ok ok not ok
Fedora 17 ok ok ok ok
Fedora 16 ok ok ok ok
Fedora 14 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Fedora 13 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.5
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.6 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

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Icon Meaning
The feature is supported
The feature is not supported
The guest OS/architecture is not supported by PSBM 5 at all
There is no information about support of the feature by the guest OS



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