Does VM Management on ServiceCenter Interrupt VM Services


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Does VM management on ServiceCenter interrupt VM services?

The VM data is written to ServiceCenter when ServiceCenter manages VMs, which does not affect the FusionSphere OpenStack VM data. The VM is started up on FusionSphere OpenStack. Therefore, ServiceCenter manages VMs without interrupting VM services.


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