The nodes that host Model APIs have hardware specifications based on resource quotas set by Domino system administrators. A resource quota determines the CPU and memory resources available to the Model that uses it.
Creating and editing resource quotas
From the admin home, click Advanced -> Resource Quotas to open the management interface.
From here you can create, edit, and set default resource quotas. Resource quotas cannot be permanently deleted. To make a resource quota unavailable for use, edit it and set Visible to false.
Resource quotas have the following properties:
- CPUs requested
The number of cores that will be reserved for a Model with this quota.
- Memory requested
The amount of RAM that will be reserved for a model with this quota.
- CPU limit
If the hosting node has idle cores available, a model running this quota can make use of additional cores up to this limit.
- Memory limit
If the hosting node has RAM available, a model running this quota can make use of additional memory up to this limit.
This property on a resource quota must be set to
truefor the quota to appear in the dropdown selector for users publishing Models.
The resource quota with this set to
trueis the quota that will be used for all newly published Models by default.