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Known limitations identify platforms, devices, or functions that are not supported by this release of the product, or that do not interoperate correctly with it. Review these limitations carefully.
Connectors should remain running
A Connector should remain running at all times. It’s important for the continued health and operation of the services that you enable.
For example, a Connector is a key component in the health and operation of Cloud Volumes ONTAP PAYGO systems. If a Connector is powered down, Cloud Volumes ONTAP PAYGO systems will shut down after losing communication with a Connector for longer than 14 days.
SaaS platform is disabled for Government regions
If you deploy a Connector in an AWS GovCloud region, an Azure Gov region, or an Azure DoD region, access to Cloud Manager is available only through a Connector’s host IP address. Access to the SaaS platform is disabled for the entire account.
This means that only privileged users who can access the end-user internal VPC/VNet can use Cloud Manager’s UI or API.
It also means that the following services aren’t available from Cloud Manager:
Global File Cache
Monitoring (Cloud Insights)
The SaaS platform is required to use these services.
Shared Linux hosts are not supported
The Connector isn’t supported on a host that is shared with other applications. The host must be a dedicated host.
Cloud Manager does not support FlexGroup volumes
While Cloud Volumes ONTAP supports FlexGroup volumes, Cloud Manager does not. If you create a FlexGroup volume from System Manager or from the CLI, then you should set Cloud Manager’s Capacity Management mode to Manual. Automatic mode might not work properly with FlexGroup volumes.