A full-ECS image is an image created from an entire Elastic Cloud Server (ECS), including its system disk and data disks, or an image created from a Cloud Server Backup Service (CSBS) backup. A full-ECS image contains the OS of the ECS, applications installed on the ECS, and all the data in the ECS disks.
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A private image is created from an ECS or an external image file and is visible only to its creator. Each private image contains an OS, preinstalled public applications, and the creator's private applications. Creating ECSs using a private image frees you from repeatedly configuring ECSs.
A public image is provided by the public cloud system. It contains a standard OS and preinstalled public applications, and is visible to all users. You can configure the application environment and required software based on your requirements.
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