Cloudman - can you specify the volume size without needing to access the instance URL?

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Cloudman - can you specify the volume size without needing to access the instance URL?

rssetia
It is quite tedious to do so if you have many instances running. Is there a way to automate this step? Thanks. 

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Re: Cloudman - can you specify the volume size without needing to access the instance URL?

Dannon Baker-2
If you're starting a bunch of new clusters at once, I'd look into using the "Share-an-instance" functionality to create a single base configuration with the volume size you prefer.  This would allow you to have a predefined volume (with a specific size) that starts automatically.  The share_string can be specified in userData and would automatically initialize the new cluster to whatever saved state you snapshot.

Dannon


On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 11:57 AM, Ravpreet Setia <[hidden email]> wrote:
It is quite tedious to do so if you have many instances running. Is there a way to automate this step? Thanks. 

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