Disks

The disk type is cloud specific and comes with different properties. Below is a table of what disk types are available in Bunnyshell for each cloud.

Digital Ocean
AWS
Azure
Azure Stack
Digital Ocean

Disk

Type

IOPS

SSD

SSD

5000 for reads

3000 for writes

AWS

Disk

Type

IOPS

Last generation HDD (standard)

HDD

40–200

SSD (gp2)

SSD

Depends on disk size

3x number of GB

Premium SSD (io1)

SSD

User inputs the

needed IOPS

Azure

Disk

Type

IOPS

HDD (Standard_LRS)

HDD

Up to 500

Premium SSD (Premium_LRS)

SSD

Depends on disk size

See Official Documentation

Azure Stack

Disk

Type

IOPS

HDD (Standard_LRS)

HDD

Up to 500

Premium SSD (Premium_LRS)

SSD

Up to 2500

On Digital Ocean, the Root Disk Size depends on the Instance Size.

On Azure, the Disk Types that can be attached to an Instance depend on the Instance Size. Instances that support SSD Disks are marked as Supports SSD.

Adding a New Disk to a Server

Adding disks is only available for Single Infrastructure Type Servers as normal disks cannot be attached to more than one Server.

To add a disk to a Server go to the Server view and click the Resources -> Disks tab. When you create a new disk, it will be attached to the Server.

Next you have to mount the disk. Follow the following guide:

Removing a Disk from a Server

All data from disks you are removing are lost.

To remove a disk from a Server go to the Server view and click the Resources -> Disks tab. Click on the right expand icon and click Remove.

Resizing a Disk from a Server

To resize a disk from a Server go to the Server view and click the Resources -> Disks tab. Click on the right expand icon and click Resize.

Clouds do not support disk shrinkage, so only resizes with bigger disk sizes are supported.

Changing the disk type is not supported