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I wanted to see if you could help me with the following query:

I have a the following scenario:
3 Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform units with application runtimes (2 cores)

In what situation is it convenient for me to add an open shift container platform storage subscription, is it mandatory? I understand that open shift container platform have data replication.

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Re: open shift

do you need persistent storage? is NFS good enough for you? when you say units, I am assuming nodes,  correct?

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Re: open shift

If I need persistent storage. NFS if it is functional for me to access remote files. Correct, there are 3 nodes each with 4vCPU.


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do you need persistent storage? is NFS good enough for you? when you say units, I am assuming nodes,  correct?


 

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In that case, start with NFS, it will allow you remote access, however, abstracted by the pv/pvc abstractions from kubernetes

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