Network and Storage Protocols

Difference between data-core and data-nfs in service-policy

krishgudd
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Hi Community Team,

 

What is the general different between the data-core and data-nfs or other services  under service-policy. When creating interfaces we can assign the service-policy and define the allowed services and under which we see data-core and other common service like nfs,iscsi,smb in general. Want to know what exactly does data-core comes under?

 

LIFs and service policies in ONTAP 9.6 and later (netapp.com)

Regards,

Krishgudd

 

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hmoubara
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Hello,

 

The data-core service is included and required in the policy to verify applications using the specified lif as expected, as the other data-nfs/iscsi/flexcache etc.. is more to define which protocol this network interface(lifs) is allowing. The link listed in your question give you a more details about those services. 

 

Thanks 

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hmoubara
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Hello,

 

The data-core service is included and required in the policy to verify applications using the specified lif as expected, as the other data-nfs/iscsi/flexcache etc.. is more to define which protocol this network interface(lifs) is allowing. The link listed in your question give you a more details about those services. 

 

Thanks 

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