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a VP & Pool created in a sub Common partition

newbie
Altostratus
Altostratus

We're taking over the support for the Viprions 2400 and noticed that some of the VIPs and the corresponding Pools in the vCMP Guests were created in a partition that appears to have been sub-foldered from the Common partition, like Common/Partition.app.

 

What would be a rational for doing that?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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nathe
Cirrocumulus
Cirrocumulus

newbie,

 

Partitions are usually (or always perhaps) used for administrative segregation where if you have different business units/application owners or even different customers, using the bigip and they each have a partition accordingly. So customer 1 cannot see the objects built for customer 2 etc.

 

The following tech document actually expands on this on how you can add further functionality and separation with Route Domains and Partitions. see vCMP Guest and RD

 

Hope this helps,

N