Can EVS Disks Be Attached to BMSs? How Many Data Disks Can Be Attached to a BMS?
Yes. Ultra-high I/O, general purpose SSD, high I/O, and common I/O (previous generation) EVS disks can be attached to BMSs. However, some BMSs support only local disks and EVS disks cannot be attached to them. In this case, you are not allowed to add an EVS disk when creating a BMS.
A maximum of 60 data disks can be attached to a BMS.
If you need to attach an EVS disk to an existing BMS, Device Type of the EVS disk must be SCSI. If you need to create an EVS disk and attach it to the BMS, you must select SCSI in Advanced Settings when you create the EVS disk.
Disk FAQ FAQs
- Can EVS Disks Be Attached to BMSs? How Many Data Disks Can Be Attached to a BMS?
- What Are the Restrictions for Attaching a Disk to a BMS?
- How Do I Know Whether EVS Disks Are Available in a Flavor?
- How Do I Change the Disk Identifier in the fstab file to UUID?
- How Do I Obtain the Drive Letter of an EVS Disk?
- Are the EVS Disk Device Names on the Console and the Device Names in BMS OSs Consistent?
- Why Is the EVS Disk Size Not Updated in the BMS OS After the EVS Disk Capacity Has Been Expanded?
- How Can I Restore System Disk Data Using the Snapshot?
- What Do I Do to Prevent Risks of Attaching or Detaching the System Disk?
- How Should I Select Storage?
- Why Is the Disk Capacity Displayed in the BMS OS Less Than That Displayed on the Official Website?
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