Cannot restart automatic updating
Similarly, an application can run a PL/SQL package procedure that switches its session to a particular consumer group.Because the Resource Manager allocates resources (such as CPU) only to consumer groups, when a session becomes a member of a consumer group, its resource allocation is determined by the allocation for the consumer group.The Resource Manager enables you to classify sessions into groups based on session attributes, and to then allocate resources to those groups in a way that optimizes hardware utilization for your application environment.With the Resource Manager, you can: A resource consumer group (consumer group) is a collection of user sessions that are grouped together based on their processing needs.If you have done the former and it is failing, that problem must be troubleshot from within the guest.In order for any computer, physical or virtual, to restart, it must signal the ACPI system to reset.
The subplan itself has directives that allocate resources to consumer groups and other subplans.
Finally fixed it from the ideas here - I just set the smart paging location back to the default (C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Windows\Hyper-V) and now after a shutdown /r the guest actually comes back up. I have high hopes for it being fixed during a host restart too, which is probably the most important case.
After much effort through Chat support, I received an update file enabling Acrobat 9 Pro to update from 9.0 to 9.5.5.
In addition to the resource plans that are predefined for each Oracle database, you can create any number of resource plans.
However, only one resource plan is active at a time.When a session is created, it is automatically mapped to a consumer group based on mapping rules that you set up.