A resource set can be mapped to a rack. For example, to guarantee high availability over different availability zones, multiple resource sets are created in different racks. You can also enforce affinity and anti-affinity rules to minimize cross-AZ traffic.

When a resource set is mapped to a rack, all the resource set’s replicas will be placed in the same failure domain.

To use a rack, assign it to a resource set:

        rack1: {}
        rack2: {}
        rack3: {}
            rack: rack1
            rack: rack2
            rack: rack3

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