A dedicated LPAR has two dedicated Fibre Channel HBAs assigned to it. In order to reduce the amount of hardware, the LPAR will be migrated to a currently running VIO server. The administrator collects some server performance from the VIO server and notices that the I/O peaks at 5.5Gbits and runs at an average of 4Gbits per second. The VIO Server runs two dual port 8Gbit FCS cards, so the load is not affected by other LPARS on the VIO Server. Which of the following is the most cost-efficient configuration for the VIO client?
Assign vSCSI disk for the new client LPAR through prioritized channels.
Install SDDPCM drivers onto the VIO Server, set up the client LPAR and run the following command: "datapath priorities vhostX fscsi0 fscsi1 fscsi2 fscsi3".
Assign one of the ports in the 8Gbit Fibre Channel HBA, using NPIV directly to the new client partition.
Dedicate two new Fibre Channel HBAs to the VIO Server and use them to exclusively host the vSCSI disks for the new client partition.