OceanStor 9000 RPC

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The Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol enables service requests from a remote computer program over a network without knowing the underlying network technologies. NFS is one of the most prominent users of RPC.

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Reference materials for OceanStor 9000 deployment
For details about how to deploy OceanStor 9000, see the following documentation: - OceanStor 9000 Delivery Guide - OceanStor 9000 V100R001C30 LLD Template - OceanStor 9000 Best Practices

OceanStor 9000 networking
OceanStor 9000 separates the front-end and back-end networks and uses the front-end network for data exchange with customers, and the back-end network for data exchange among internal nodes. OceanStor 9000 supports the following typical networking modes: 1. 10GE front-end/back-end (recommended) 2. InfiniBand front-end/back-end (mainly for HPC scenarios) 3. 10GE front-end and InfiniBand back-end 4. GE front-end and 10GE back-end (for video surveillance and archiving scenarios)

OceanStor 9000 backup method
OceanStor 9000 provides the NDMP and InfoReplicator features for data protection and disaster recovery.

Whether OceanStor 9000 requires RAID groups and LUNs
RAID groups and LUNs are not required by OceanStor 9000 because it is a distributed file system for big data based on all x86 servers. The entire cluster is a big file system (root directory) where subdirectories and shares can be directly created to use storage space.

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