(You must already be logged in to Gitlab or you’ll hit a 404)
You can attach up to eight discs in total to your Cloud Server. You can increase the size of a disc at any time, though you will have to shutdown your Cloud Server before your operating system will see the change. To remove a disc, you have to shutdown your Cloud Server first.
A GiB is a binary gigabyte, usually used for measuring a computer’s memory. It’s equal to
A GB is a decimal gigabyte, usually used for selling hard discs. It’s equal to
1000) bytes, but we find this measurement confusing and unhelpful and we don’t use it!
We try to stick to explicit references to each.
The virtual discs that come with your Cloud Server are already part of a RAID array and are therefore not subject to sudden data loss as a result of a physical disc failure. Your disc will have performance and redundancy from the outset! If you manually add RAID to your discs over and above the RAID that we already do for you, the performance of your discs may actually decrease.