Definition of the cluster Port number

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Specified ports are used for communication. The managed host listens to the system data over a specified port. If firewalls are deployed between services in the cluster and firewalls are used by the system, the firewall will be disabled during installation. For customized firewalls, the ports must be opened manually for the managed host to receive data.
For details about the default ports used for the communication between services in the cluster, see the FusionInsight_HD V100R002C80SPC200 Communication Matrix.

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Definition of the Redis cluster
A Redis cluster consists of multiple Redis instances and provides an external, distributed, key-value database.

Definition of cluster in the FusionInsight system
A cluster is a computer technology that enables multiple servers to work as one server. It is deployed to improve the stability, reliability, and data processing or service capabilities of the system. For example, use of clusters helps prevent single point of failures (SPOFs), supports storage sharing and load sharing, and improves system performance.

What are the concept, definition, and description of a Redis cluster?
A Redis cluster consists of multiple Redis instances and provides an external, distributed, key-value database.

How many VCN3000s does a cluster support?
In the case of a single cluster: VCN3000 series: Allows 3�C16 VCN3000s to be deployed as a cluster. VCN500 series: Allows 3�C8 VCN500s to be deployed as a cluster. The VCN500 and VCN3000 cannot be deployed in the same cluster.

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