On the “Instance Overview” you can list virtual machines, get more information, and manage them.
Set how many VMs you want to see on a page and scroll through the pages.
Filter the list of VMs:
- By username
- By project name
- By a users Elixir ID
- By an OpenStack VM ID
- By vm name
- By flavor name
3. Action on many machines¶
Trigger an action on all selected virtual machines.
Select all or
select specific machines.
4. General information¶
5. Descriptive icons¶
Get a quick overview of the configuration:
- See the amount of volumes mounted to the vm.
- See the installed research environment and whether it installed correctly.
Hover to read the name.
Click the icon to copy the URL of your browser-based research environment.
- See the amount of conda tools installed on the virtual machine at launch and whether they installed correctly.
6. Flavor and Image¶
Which flavor and image the virtual machine runs on.
7. Virtual machine detail page¶
Go to the virtual machine detail page.
8. How to connect¶
Get commands and information on how to connect to your virtual machine.
- The commands you find here differ depending on the chosen configuration.
- Click to copy only the command, not the descriptive text.
9. Action on one machine¶
Perform actions on the machine.
Depending on the status, you only see a selection of actions.
Attach an existing volume. This action shows when the machine is active and running.
Detach an attached volume. This action shows when the machine is active and running.
Shutoff the virtual machine.
A vm in “SHUTOFF” state still consumes resources.
Soft or hard reboot the virtual machine.
A soft reboot attempts a graceful shut-down and restart of the instance. A hard reboot power cycles the instance.1
Take a snapshot of the virtual machine.
You, or a project member, can boot a new virtual machine from it. For more information on snapshots, see here.
Delete the virtual machine.
Any attached volume gets detached and not deleted.
Backup your data
All data on the machine gets deleted. Make sure to back up data you can't lose. See here for backup recommendations.
Boot up the "SHUTOFF" virtual machine.