The detail page offers more information about a virtual machine and extra actions.
- The name, who created it and when, their Elixir ID, what project the vm belongs to, and the unique OpenStack ID of the virtual machine.
- How you can access the virtual machine.
- Actions you can perform:
- Stop VM
Shutoff the virtual machine. You may resume it afterward, but you can't access it while in "SHUTOFF" state.
- Reboot VM
Soft or hard reboot your virtual machine.
- Create Snapshot
Take a snapshot of the virtual machine. See here for more information.
- Delete VM
Delete the virtual machine. Any attached volume gets detached but not deleted.
- Resume/Restart VM
Boot up the "SHUTOFF" virtual machine.
- Stop VM
Get information about the resources the vm uses. For more information on flavors, see the flavors wiki page.
Get information about the image the VM runs on. To find more information about images and snapshots, see the image and snapshots wiki page.
Get an overview of the tools and packages installed on the virtual machine at launch. For more information, see the customization wiki page.
Get information about attached volumes or detach an attached volume.
Find the name, the unique OpenStack ID, the path initial mount path, the device name, and the storage capacity. For more information on volumes, see the volume wiki page.
Get information about attachable volumes and attach them with one click.
Find the name, the unique OpenStack ID, the status, and the storage capacity. For more information on volumes, see the volume wiki page.
Get information about the installed browser-based research environment. For more information, see the customization wiki page.
Grant and revoke access to the research environment. To grant access, a user has to be a member of the project.
This doesn't automatically enable concurrent sessions, i.e., your session terminates once another user logs in with the same credentials. For information on concurrent sessions, see the specific section of the research environment.
Download the ansible logs of the installation that ran at launch. Download as PDF or txt file.