Shared storage is a hard disk that can be connected to several servers for shared use. Thus, all servers get common access to the same data. In the Infrastructure > Shared Storage section, all shared storages that you have configured are displayed in a table. This table lists the most important information for each shared storage:

Name: The name assigned to the shared storage. You can change the name of the shared storage at any time.

Status: The current status of the shared storage.

  • Active: The shared storage is active.
  • Disabled: The shared storage is disabled.
  • Configuring: The configuration of the shared storage will be changed.
  • Deleting: The shared storage will be deleted.

Size: Storage capacity of the shared storage.

Use (%): Percentage of space used.

Data center: IONOS data center where the shared storage is hosted.

To display all data for a specific shared storage, click its name. The list includes the following additional information:

Description: The description of the shared storage. You can change the description at any time.

Size: Storage capacity of the shared storage.

Used / free space: Size of the used and free space.

CIFS path

NFS path

Data center: IONOS data center where the shared storage is hosted.

ID: ID of the shared storage.

Date of creation: The date on which the shared storage was set up.

Access: In this section, you set the servers' access rights for the shared storage.

Assigned servers: List of the assigned servers.

To edit an element, click .


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