Container server functionality is currently in beta.
Container server storage is provided by disks. A disk is a partition of a data store that is allocated to a specific container server. Disks can be assigned as standard or swap disks. They can also be set as primary (that is, the disk from which an OS will boot).
Managing disks for the entire cloud is handled through the Control Panel's Settings menu. Disks for individual container servers are managed through the Control Panel's Container Servers menu, where you can:
- See the list of disks allocated to this container server
- Add a new disk
- Resize a disk
- Check disk usage statistics (IOPS)
Do not create multiple partitions on one disk for container servers. OnApp Control Panel supports only one partition per disk. In cases when you change disk partition, the CP might loose control of such a disk and the container server associated with it. If required, create additional disks instead.