In openstack you have the hability to persist data on time till you DESTROY
(terminate) the instance . And since "shutdown" function its not mapped to
terminate like amazon, you can leave it there and recover it issuing "nova
reboot $instance" anytime.
On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 4:45 AM, magazine.lihuiba
<magazine.lihuiba at 163.com>wrote:
> I'm using Eucalyptus in a private cloud, and I've found a missing
> feature. So I want to know whether it exists in OpenStack.
> Sometimes, I want to make some persistent modifications to the
> image, in the hope that they will stay there after shutdown and
> cold start.
> This requirment is missing in Eucalyptus and perhaps Amazon.
> Does it exist in OpenStack, or does it exist in any other cloud
> computing solution?
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