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Does a VM instance owns multiple compute nodes' CPU ability?

If I have three compute nodes in my system, Can I create a VM instance which owns the three compute nodes' CPU ability? or a VM just can have one compute node's CPU ability?

Same concept question for Cinder, if I have three storage nodes(cinde), each node has 100 GB storage. Can a user create a 300 GB volume, or a user just can create a 100 GB volume at a time?

best,

Andy

Does a VM instance owns own multiple compute nodes' CPU ability?

If I have three compute nodes in my system, Can I create a VM instance which owns the three compute nodes' CPU ability? or a VM just can have one compute node's CPU ability?

Same concept question for Cinder, if I have three storage nodes(cinde), each node has 100 GB storage. Can a user create a 300 GB volume, or a user just can create a 100 GB volume at a time?

best,

Andy

Does a VM instance own multiple compute nodes' CPU ability?

If I have three compute nodes in my system, Can I create a VM instance which owns the three compute nodes' CPU ability? or a VM just can have one compute node's CPU ability?

Same concept question for Cinder, if I have three storage nodes(cinde), nodes(cinder), each node has 100 GB storage. Can a user create a 300 GB volume, or a user just can create a 100 GB volume at a time?

best,

Andy