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LPAR - logical partitioning
Sharing of resources between LPARs enables more efficient utilization of physical resources and facilitates consolidation. Workload Partitions enable administrators to virtualize the AIX operating system, by partitioning an AIX operating system instance into multiple environments. WPAR is a pure software solution and has no dependencies on hardware features. Live Partition Mobility enables greater control over the usage of resources in the data center by enabling the migration of a logical partition from one physical system to another.
That may have been true when first released, but I believe SPs are being enhanced well beyond VGs now. With capabilities such as shared storage pools, and file-backed-Optical. Or can I do this with a VG and I'm just not aware of it? It was confusing for me, and after reading some docs, I realized they are very similar. I think you made a good point about shared storage pools, and that is possibly a difference.