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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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Stateless Computing Process

Stateless Computing Process

The stateless computing function allows you to virtualize servers and separate server hardware from configuration information to implement quick, different configurations for various servers so that the servers can adapt to different service scenarios.

Figure 9-15 shows the stateless computing process.

Figure 9-15 Stateless computing process
Table 9-32 Stateless computing process description


Basic Operation




Create resources.

Stores the hardware configuration information obtained from the IEEE. When creating an adapter, you need to associate various resource pools.

Creating a Pool


Create an adapter.

Defines the parameters related to the HBA, CNA, or RAID adapter. When creating a profile or profile group, you need to associate it with an adapter.

Creating an Adapter


Create a BIOS policy.

Defines a BIOS policy. When creating a profile or profile group, you need to select a BIOS policy.

Creating a BIOS Policy


Create a VLAN group.

Defines a VLAN group policy. When creating a domain or an adapter, you need to select a VLAN group.

Creating a VLAN Group


Create a profile or profile group.

Flexibly configures hardware configuration information. The created template is used to define common configuration files so that you can quickly create configuration files or group configuration files.


Create and activate a domain.

Quickly creates a domain, adds devices to the domain, and activates the domain.

Creating a Domain


(Optional) Creates an automatic migration group.

Migrates server or blade configurations when a device is faulty or a server needs to be expanded.

Creating an Automatic Migration Group

Updated: 2019-09-12

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