External hardware devices (such as USB devices, bank U key, external hard disks, and dongle) cannot be directly loaded.
You cannot create a raw server with no OS, that is, a BMS must have an OS.
The OSs of Windows BMSs using public images are activated by default. The virtual OSs installed on the BMSs must be activated manually.
Custom BMS configuration is not supported. BMS specifications cannot be changed.
Only EVS disks whose device type is SCSI can be attached to a BMS.
BMSs using some flavors or images cannot have EVS disks attached because the servers do not have SDI iNICs or for other reasons.
Do not delete or modify built-in plug-ins of the image, such as Cloud-Init and bms-network-config. Otherwise, BMS basic functions will be affected.
If you choose to assign an IP address automatically when creating a BMS, do not change the private IP address of the BMS after the BMS is provisioned. Otherwise, the IP address may conflict with that of another BMS.
BMSs do not support bridge NICs which will cause network interruptions.
Do not upgrade the OS kernel. Otherwise, the hardware driver may be incompatible with the BMS, adversely affecting BMS reliability.