How can I adjust the number of WebContainer instances?

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The number of WebContainer instances on each node is determined by hardware resources, specifically CPUs and memory. At least one instance and a maximum of 32 instances can be installed on each node. The number cannot be manually changed.

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Can I Adjust the Number of Nodes in a Zone?
You can adjust the number of nodes in a zone. You are advised to retain at least two nodes in a zone for fault failover. Because using InfoEqualizer Dynamic domain name or Static domain name can only access nodes in root zone. If you migrate all nodes from the root zone to newly created zones, file sharing services can be only accessed using domain names of the newly created zones. InfoEqualizer Dynamic domain name or Static domain name cannot be used to access file sharing services.

Adjusting the number of nodes in an OceanStor 9000 zone
You can adjust the number of nodes in a zone. You are advised to retain at least two nodes in a zone for fault failover. Note that when you access file sharing services using a dynamic domain name or a static domain name specified in InfoEqualizer, you are connected to a node in the default zone root. If you migrate all nodes from the default zone to a newly created zone, you can only access file sharing services using the domain name of the newly created zone. The file sharing services cannot be accessed using a dynamic domain name or a static domain name specified in InfoEqualizer.

How can I adjust the volume of the ringtone
Press the Volume button to adjust the volume of the ringtone when the phone is in idle or ringing state.

Steps for adjusting a VM's memory specifications
You can adjust a VM's memory specifications as follows: 1. On FusionCompute, click VM and Template. 2. Click the name of the target VM. 3. On the Hardware tab, click Memory. 4. Enter a memory size for the VM. 5. Set the parameters under Memory Resource Control: Quota specifies the memory weight a VM can obtain in resource contention. This defines the VM's relative priority or importance. Reserved (MB) specifies the minimum physical memory reserved for the VM. If Reserved (MB) is set to 0, the system reserves the minimum memory resources required for the VM. 6. Click OK. 7. Click OK. 8. Restart the VM.

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