Virtual server storage is provided by disks. A disk is a partition of a data store that is allocated to a specific virtual server. Disks can be assigned as standard or swap disks (there are no swap disks for Windows based templates). They can also be set as primary (that is, the disk from which an OS will boot).
You can also utilize incremental backups. For details, see Virtual Server Backups section of this guide.
Managing disks for the entire cloud is handled through the Control Panel's Settings menu. Disks for individual virtual servers are managed through the Control Panel's Virtual Servers menu, where you can:
- See the list of disks allocated to this VS
- Add a new disk
- Resize a disk
- Virtual Server Disk IOPS Statistics
- Delete a disk
Creating multiple partitions on one disk is forbidden for all virtual servers.