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What Resources Does SFS Occupy?

Updated at: Jan 10, 2020 GMT+08:00

To ensure that file systems can be used properly, the service occupies the following resources:

  • For SFS file systems:
    • When an SFS file system is created, the inbound rules of ports 111, 445, 2049, 2051, and 2052 are enabled in the security group entered by the user. The default source IP address is 0.0.0.0/0. You can change the IP address as required.
  • For SFS Turbo file systems:
    • When an SFS Turbo file system is created, two private IP addresses and one virtual IP address are created in the subnet entered by the user.
    • When an SFS Turbo file system is created, the inbound rules of ports 111, 445, 2049, 2051, 2052, and 20048 are enabled in the security group entered by the user. The default source IP address is 0.0.0.0/0. You can change the IP address as required.

When data is written to the folders of a file system, the running memory of the server is occupied, but the storage space of the server disk is not occupied. The file system uses independent space.

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