Setting Virtual Server Disk

1. Add a New Disk to Virtual Server

1.1 Click Storage > Disk


 


1.2 Click Create Disk

 


1.3 Specify the properties for your new disk then click Add Disk 

 


2. Edit Virtual Server Disk

2.1 Click Storage > Disk

 


2.2 Click the Edit Icon to edit the disk

 


2.3 Specify the properties for the disk you want to edit then click Save Disk

 


3.
 Migrate Disk - Allows you to move your disk to other types of storage we offer (to save cost or increase peformance)

3.1 Click the Setting Icon > Migrate. Then choose the new type of storage you want to use

 


4. Delete Virtual Server Disk

4.1 Click the Setting Icon > Delete

 

4.2 Choose whether you want to Force Reboot immediately or not (recommended). Then click Destroy Disk to delete the disk

 

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