[one-users] snapshots and saveas
ondrej.hamada at acision.com
Tue Jul 22 03:00:45 PDT 2014
the 'saveas' snapshot saves the disk as a new disk - you will find it then in the same datastore as the original disk. When you want to use such a disk, you must prepare a new template for it.
The second snapshot type on the other hand snapshosts the VM in its current state - both the disk and memory. You can then revert the VM to that snapshoted state. But all the snapshoted information are kept only localy (part of VM image) - stopping, migrating or shuting down the VM also deletes these snaphosts.
On 07/22/2014 11:28 AM, pawel.orzechowski at budikom.net<mailto:pawel.orzechowski at budikom.net> wrote:
In sunstone one can make snapshots in two places:
* from within virtualmachine > storage > action > snapshot, where one can choose snapshot type:
* from within virtualmachine > snapshots > take snapshot, here you do not have possibility to choose snapshot type
I wonder what is the difference between snapshot being made in those two places (I know what is he difference between hot and deffered though).
pawel.orzechowski at budikom.net<mailto:pawel.orzechowski at budikom.net>
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