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What happens if the Loadbalancer between Fabricpool and StorageGRID goes offline?

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Applies to

  • Fabricpool
  • StorageGRID

Answer

  • If for any reason connectivity to the cloud is lost, the FabricPool local tier remains online, but applications receive an error message.
  • Cold blocks that exist exclusively on the capacity tier are unavailable until it comes back online.
  • Additionally, cold local tier data fails to be written to the cloud tier.

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