What Is a Resource Quota?

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Quotas are used to limit the number of resources available to users. If the existing resource quota cannot meet your service requirements, you can submit a work order to increase your quota. Once your application is approved, your quota will be updated and a notification will be sent to you.



Other related questions:
What is the resource pool used for?
The resource pool provides common resources for the following value-added services: Virtual snapshot During the virtual snapshot creation, the resource pool on the owning controller of the source LUN is employed. Incremental LUN copy During the incremental LUN copy, the resource pool on the owning controller of the source LUN is employed. Asynchronous remote replication During synchronization of the asynchronous mirrored pair, the resource pools on both the owning controller of the primary LUN and the working controller of the slave LUN are employed. You must ensure that common resources are available before running the services above. Otherwise, add LUNs to relevant resource pools for compensation.

MCU license resource
The MCU license resource refers to the maximum number of port resources allowed by the license.

Resource mapping creation on OceanStor ReplicationDirector
If the protected object is a FusionSphere VM, then map virtualization resources from the protected site to the disaster recovery site so that the VM can be recovered at the disaster recovery site based on the target attributes specified during resource mapping. For FusionSphere VMs, different resource mappings must be created due to differences in disaster recovery methods and applicable cloud platforms. 1. Storage replication disaster recovery For VMs built on the FusionCompute cloud platform, you must create resource mappings for port groups and clusters/hosts. For VMs built on the FusionManager cloud platform, you must create resource mappings for clusters and networks. Resource mappings for security groups are optional. If the VMs that require disaster recovery have been added into a security group, you must create resource mappings for that security group. 2. Host replication disaster recovery: For VMs built on the FusionCompute cloud platform, you must create resource mappings for clusters/hosts, port groups, data stores, and Virtual Replication Gateways (VRGs). For VMs built on the FusionManager cloud platform, you must create resource mappings for clusters, networks, and VRGs. Resource mappings for security groups are optional. If the VMs that require disaster recovery have been added into a security group, you must create resource mappings for that security group. One resource at the production site or disaster recovery site can be mapped to only one resource of the same type. In remote disaster recovery mode, this operation must be performed at the production site.

Whether the SAN resources and NAS resources reside in the same storage pool
SAN resources are independent of NAS resources. Storage pools are created specifically for LUNs or file systems. That is, LUNs and file systems cannot coexist in one storage pool but can reside in the same disk domain. The capacity of the storage pool can be dynamically expanded.

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