Migration modes supported by SmartTier

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See section "Configuring a SmartTier Policy" in SmartTier Feature Guide, which is available at http://support.huawei.com/ehedex/hdx.do?docid=DOC1000084404&id=stier_config_tier_policy_v3r3c00l.

Other related questions:
Whether the SmartTier feature of the OceanStor V3 Series supports cross-engine data migration
The SmartTier feature does not support cross-engine data migration.

Whether automatic migration is supported
When the CPU usage of a computing blade is high, the system can automatically migrate some of its VMs to other blades whose CPU usage is low. When the CPU usage of multiple compute nodes is low, the system can also migrate their VMs to just a few blades and power off the idle ones. The system can automatically migrate VMs at a user-specified time and set a speed limit of 1000 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s for vNICs. The system cannot automatically migrate VMs based on network traffic or storage I/O throughput.

SmartTier and other features supported by heterogeneous LUNs
Heterogeneous LUNs support HyperSnap, HyperReplication, SmartMigration, HyperMirror, SmartQoS, SmartMulti-tenant and SmartPartition. However, Heterogeneous LUNs do not support the SmartTier feature.

Whether V2V or P2V migration is supported
The desktop solution supports both virtual to virtual (V2V) and physical to virtual (P2V) migration. Huawei's hConvertor is a system-level migration tool that can migrate mainstream Linux and Windows system platforms. It uses the B/S architecture, which facilitates cloud system deployment. The source end can be either a physical or virtual host, and the destination end is Huawei's cloud platform. Relay migration is available.

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