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OceanStor 9000 V300R006C00 File System Feature Guide 12

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Adjusting Zones and Their Balancing Policies

Adjusting Zones and Their Balancing Policies

This section describes zones and the method of adjusting zones' properties.

Context

When creating zones, you can set load balancing policies based on the following typical scenarios:

  • If clients mount shared directories at a time using application software or scripts, you are advised to set the load balancing policy to round-robin or Node connections.
  • If Windows clients mount CIFS services using disk mapping, you are advised to set the load balancing policy to Node connections.
  • If Windows clients access shared directories temporarily using Windows Explorer, you are advised to set the load balancing policy to Node connections.
  • If a large number of shared directories are continuously mounted to clients and services are running under mounted directories on the clients, you are advised to set the load balancing policy to CPU usage, node throughput, or comprehensive node load.
  • If shared directories are continuously mounted to Linux clients, you are advised to set the load balancing policy to Node connections. In this scenario, if NFS services have no packet interaction within six minutes, OceanStor 9000 will disconnect the connection, affecting service load balancing among nodes.

Procedure

  1. Log in to DeviceManager.
  2. Create a zone.

    The OceanStor 9000 has a default root zone. Administrators can create more zones based on service requirements. The subnet config in zone parameters can make sure the zone is belong to specific subnet.

    1. Choose Settings > Cluster Settings > InfoEqualizer > Zone Management.
    2. Click Create. In the Create Zone dialog box that is displayed, enter the planned information and click OK.
    3. In the Success dialog box that is displayed, click OK.

      In the zone list, you can view the newly created zone.

    4. Repeat 2.b to 2.c to create all necessary zones.
  3. Migrate nodes. After zones are created, nodes can be migrated from the root zone to other newly created zones.
    1. In the zone list, select a newly created zone.
    2. Click Add above the node list.
    3. In the Add Node dialog box that is displayed, select nodes that you want to migrate to the zone and click OK.

      NOTE:

      The Add Node dialog box displays nodes in the root zone.

    4. In the Warning dialog box that is displayed, select I have read and understood the consequences associated with performing this operation and click OK.
    5. In the Execution Results dialog box that is displayed, click Close.
    6. Repeat 3.a to 3.e to migrate the rest nodes.
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Updated: 2019-06-27

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