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In the current implementation of PEP 2.0, the processor resources available in operation are composed of the respective Base Activations per machine and the additional credits. The limit of the usable resources corresponds to the total installed processors of all participating machines.
If a customer wishes to set a lower limit, this is currently not possible because the shared processor pools are always set up individually on each machine and there is therefore no possibility of setting a limit.
If a shared processor pool could now be set up directly on the created enterprise pool, it would be possible to define the maximum usable processor resources as required.
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