Division principles of OceanStor 9000's pool nodes

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Division principles of OceanStor 9000's pool nodes:
- All nodes in a node pool must be of the same type.
- In V100R001C01 and V100R001C20, a node pool contains 3 to 20 nodes.
- In V100R001C30, if a node pool consists of P12, P25, P36, or C36 nodes, the node pool can contain 3 to 20 nodes. If a node pool consists of C72 nodes, the node pool can contain 2 to 10 nodes.
- After deployment, nodes in a node pool cannot be modified. - If you want to modify a node, you must delete the node from its original pool first, and then add the node to a new pool.

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Division principles of pool nodes for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C30
Division principles of pool nodes for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C30: - All nodes in a node pool must be of the same type. - If a node pool consists of P12, P25, P36, and C36 nodes, the node pool can contain 3 to 20 nodes. If a node pool consists of C72 nodes, the node pool can contain 2 to 10 nodes. - After deployment, nodes in a node pool cannot be modified. - If you want to modify a node, you must delete the node from its original pool first, and then add the node to a new pool.

Division principles of pool nodes for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 and V100R001C20
Division principles of pool nodes for OceanStor 9000 V100R001C01 and V100R001C20: - All nodes in a node pool must be of the same type. - A node pool contains 3 to 20 nodes. - After deployment, nodes in a node pool cannot be modified. - If you want to modify a node, you must delete the node from its original pool first, and then add the node to a new pool.

Division principles of OceanStor 9000's tier
Division principles of OceanStor 9000's tiers: - If you do not add new tier CONFIGUREs, all node pools are of the default tier. - A hotspot data storage tier is created for the data that is frequently accessed. All nodes that have high data processing capabilities and fast response speeds are located in this tier for accelerated response speed and improved storage performance. - A common data storage tier is created for the data that is less-frequently accessed. All nodes that have moderate response speeds but can provide large storage space are located in this tier for reduced deployment and maintenance costs. - It is recommended that node pools in the same tier be of the same type. However, you can adjust the type of node pools in a tier as required.

Division principles of OceanStor 9000's DiskPools
Solid state disks (SSDs) in the second to Nth (N indicates the number of configured SSDs) slots compose a DiskPool that stores small files for enabling SSD acceleration CONFIGURE. Hard disk drives (HDDs) compose another DiskPool.

Deleting a node pool of OceanStor 9000
Prerequisites: The node pool you want to delete does not contain any nodes.Procedure for deleting a node pool of OceanStor 9000: 1. Log in to DeviceManager. 2. Choose Provisioning > InfoTier > Tier Management. 3. Select the owning storage tier of the node pool you want to delete in the upper part of the page. 4. Select the node pool you want to delete in the lower part of the page, and click Delete.

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