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Appendix G. Defining allowed CPU types in Self-hosted Engine deployment

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Procedure

  1. Create a file named deploy.json, and from the table shown below, select a CPU type for the he_cluster_cpu_type. For example, if the CPU type you want is Secure Intel Nehalem Family, then the deploy.json should look like the following:

    [root@host ~]# cat deploy.json
    {
    	"he_cluster_cpu_type": "Secure Intel Nehalem Family"
    }
  2. Provide the deploy.json file to the hosted-engine --deploy process.

    [root@host ~]# hosted-engine --deploy --ansible-extra-vars=@/root/deploy.json
Table G.1. Allowed CPU Types
CPU type nameCPU properties

Intel Nehalem Family

vmx,nx,model_Nehalem:Nehalem:x86_64

Secure Intel Nehalem Family

vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,model_Nehalem:Nehalem,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd:x86_64

Intel Westmere Family

aes,vmx,nx,model_Westmere:Westmere:x86_64

Secure Intel Westmere Family

aes,vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,model_Westmere:Westmere,+pcid,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd:x8_64

Intel SandyBridge Family

vmx,nx,model_SandyBridge:SandyBridge:x86_64

Secure Intel SandyBridge Family

vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,md_clear,model_SandyBridge:SandyBridge,+pcid,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd,+md-clear:x86_64

Intel IvyBridge Family

vmx,nx,model_IvyBridge:IvyBridge:x86_64

Secure Intel IvyBridge Family

vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,md_clear,model_IvyBridge:IvyBridge,+pcid,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd,+md-clear:x86_64

Intel Haswell Family

vmx,nx,model_Haswell-noTSX:Haswell-noTSX:x86_64

Secure Intel Haswell Family

vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,md_clear,model_Haswell-noTSX:Haswell-noTSX,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd,+md-clear:x86_64

Intel Broadwell Family

vmx,nx,model_Broadwell-noTSX:Broadwell-noTSX:x86_64

Secure Intel Broadwell Family

vmx,spec_ctrl,ssbd,md_clear,model_Broadwell-noTSX:Broadwell-noTSX,+spec-ctrl,+ssbd,+md-clear:x86_64

Intel Skylake Client Family

vmx,nx,model_Skylake-Client:Skylake-Client,-hle,-rtm,-mpx:x86_64

Secure Intel Skylake Client Family

vmx,ssbd,md_clear,model_Skylake-Client-noTSX-IBRS:Skylake-Client-noTSX-IBRS,+ssbd,+md-clear,-mpx:x86_64

Intel Skylake Server Family

vmx,nx,model_Skylake-Server:Skylake-Server,-hle,-rtm,-mpx:x86_64

Secure Intel Skylake Server Family

vmx,ssbd,md_clear,model_Skylake-Server-noTSX-IBRS:Skylake-Server-noTSX-IBRS,+ssbd,+md-clear,-mpx:x86_64

Intel Cascadelake Server Family

vmx,model_Cascadelake-Server:Cascadelake-Server,-hle,-rtm,-mpx:x86_64

Secure Intel Cascadelake Server Family

vmx,model_Cascadelake-Server-noTSX:Cascadelake-Server-noTSX,-mpx:x86_64

Intel Icelake Server Family

vmx,model_Icelake-Server-noTSX:Icelake-Server-noTSX,-mpx:x86_64

Secure Intel Icelake Server Family

vmx,arch-capabilities,rdctl-no,ibrs-all,skip-l1dfl-vmentry,mds-no,pschange-mc-no,taa-no,model_Icelake-Server-noTSX:Icelake-Server-noTSX,+arch-capabilities,+rdctl-no,+ibrs-all,+skip-l1dfl-vmentry,+mds-no,+pschange-mc-no,+taa-no,-mpx:x86_64

AMD Opteron G4

svm,nx,model_Opteron_G4:Opteron_G4:x86_64

AMD Opteron G5

svm,nx,model_Opteron_G5:Opteron_G5:x86_64

AMD EPYC

svm,nx,model_EPYC:EPYC:x86_64

Secure AMD EPYC

svm,nx,ibpb,ssbd,model_EPYC:EPYC,+ibpb,+virt-ssbd:x86_64

IBM POWER8

powernv,model_POWER8:POWER8:ppc64

IBM POWER9

powernv,model_POWER9:POWER9:ppc64

IBM z114, z196

sie,model_z196-base:z196-base:s390x

IBM zBC12, zEC12

sie,model_zEC12-base:zEC12-base:s390x

IBM z13s, z13

sie,model_z13-base:z13-base:s390x

IBM z14

sie,model_z14-base:z14-base:s390x

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