VMs Management

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By clicking the VMs button on the Servers page or VMs View in Project page you are redirected to the VM Servers. Here you can see all the virtual machines for the project with their description.

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Project Info #

Under Servers, the title is a brief description of the project – such as Project Name (with locked/unlocked image), Project Status, Cloud Type, or Cloud Credentials.

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When there is some operation going on, you can also see here ETC=Estimated Time to Complete. It is approx time (in minutes) until the cluster will be completed.


Servers #

Every Server is described by IDNameFlavorIP AddressPublic IP AddressStatusProfileImage and Created. If you expand the table, you can see the last modification made (Created ByLast ModifiedLast Modified By).

Servers for Project

Server status can be:

  • Deleting
  • Failure
  • Pending
  • Pending Delete
  • Pending Upgrade
  • Ready
  • Updating
  • Upgrading

Actions #

Commit #

Sends the changes to the repository.

Once the cluster is committed, you will see ETC in the project info.

Repair #

When the servers are Failing, use the repair button.


Add VM #

To create a new server, clickAdd VM button and fill in all the fields. You, as a user, can’t delete servers – think twice about which and how many servers you want to create.


For creating the VM: Image has to be bound and Stanalone Profile has to be created.

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Server Name – only alphanumeric characters and dash are allowed, 1-30 characters.


Letters must be lowercase!

Flavor – choose from the list of offered flavors (e.g., n0.large)

Image – choose from the list of provided images (e.g., ubuntu-20.04)

Volume Size – minimal size is automatically filled in when you select an image, and you can only increase the volume size number

Volume Type – optional; choose from the drop-down selection

Profile – choose a Standalone profile

Count – how many VMs you want to create

Public IP – check if you’re going to enable public IP

Cloud-init – optional; if set, it will override the ssh key from the standalone profile

Tags – enter Key and Value

Disk – enter Name, choose Size, and select Volume Type


If the project is locked, you can’t use Commit, Repair or Add VM.

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