Definition of User-defined function

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An SQL function defined by the user.

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Definition of a human-machine user
Human-machine users can customize user passwords based on password policies. This kind of users is used to manage and maintain FusionInsight Manager operations and perform operations on component clients.

Definition of a machine-machine user
The password of a machine-machine user is generated randomly by the system and this kind of users is used for FusionInsight HD application development.

Definition and function of hot spare disks
During service running, a RAID group may fail or downgrade due to a disk enclosure's unexpected power outage or member disk removal by mistake, causing service data loss. To ensure the reliability of the storage system, you are advised to create hot spare disks after creating RAID groups. The hot spare disks can replace the faulty ones and data will be rebuilt to the hot spare.

USG6000 interface overview
USG6000 interface overview Interface types An NGFW supports physical and logical interfaces. 1. Physical interface a. Layer 3 Ethernet interface. Description: Works at the network layer to process Layer 3 packets with an IPv4 or IPv6 address specified and supports routing functions. b. Layer 2 Ethernet interface. Description: Works at the data link layer and processes Layer 2 packets, implementing rapid Layer 2 forwarding. 2. Logical interface a. Virtual template (VT) interface. Description: Helps a Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) server with PPP negotiation or encapsulates Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) packets. b. Dialer interface. Description: Used by a PPPoE client. c. Tunnel interface. Description: Applies to packet encapsulation and decapsulation and IPv6 transition technologies. GRE and IPSec are common encapsulation protocols. d. Null interface. Description: Any packets transmitted over this interface are discarded. It is mainly used for route filtering. The null interface cannot be configured through the web UI. e. VLAN interface. Description: A Layer 3 logical interface that is assigned an IPv4 or IPv6 address. VLAN interfaces transmit packets between VLANs. f. Layer 3 Ethernet subinterface. Description: Layer 3 Ethernet subinterfaces are Layer 3 logical interfaces created on a physical interface. f. Layer 2 Ethernet subinterface. Description: Layer 2 Ethernet subinterfaces are Layer 2 logical interfaces created on a physical interface. h. Eth-Trunk interface (interface aggregation). Description: A logical interface that consists of multiple Layer 2 or Layer 3 Ethernet interfaces. An Eth-Trunk interface provides high bandwidth and reliability. i. Loopback interface. Description: Remains in the Up state and is assigned a 32-bit subnet mask.

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