Detailed server information¶
[Update: November 16, 2018]
For the created server, you can perform operations such as confirming basic information (plan, creation date, etc.), configuring settings for the loaded NIC, and inserting ISO images at the detailed information screen.
At the server list display screen, double-click the server row for which you want to display detailed information, or insert a check into the checkbox and then click [Details] at the top-right. (enabled if a check is inserted into the checkbox for one server/if multiple servers are selected, it is not possible to click the [Details] button.)
The details screen for the applicable server is displayed. From the server list on the left of the details screen, you can switch to the details screen of another server existing in the same zone.
Only servers existing in the selected zone are displayed on the list. You can confirm the zone in which operation is currently being performed and switch to other zones from the zone switch menu at the top-left of the control panel screen.
Basic information related to the server is displayed.
Descriptions of items are as follows.
|Resource ID||A unique number assigned to resources in SAKURA Cloud.
Usage includes identification of the target server for announcements regarding billing and maintenance.
|Name||Name set for the server. You can change it by clicking the [Edit] button at the bottom-right of the screen.|
|Tag||Lists of tags assigned via the Tag function. You can change it by clicking the [Edit] button at the bottom-right of the screen.
*If a tag has not been set, this item is not displayed.
|Icon||Displays Icon set for the server. You can change it by clicking the [Edit] button at the bottom-right of the screen.
*If an icon has not been set, this item is not displayed.
|Plan||This server plan is notated depending on the number of CPUs and the amount of loaded memory.
*You can Change plan to a different plan. (The server must be stopped at the time of changing the plan.)
|NIC driver||Displays the virtual NIC driver currently being set as either "virtio" or "e1000". You can change it by clicking the [Edit] button at the bottom-right of the screen. (The server must be stopped at the time of changing.)|
|Status||Displays the operation status of the server; for example, “UP,” “DOWN,” or “CLEANING.”|
|Activated state||[Available] is displayed when the user can operate the server. In some cases, a different message will be displayed if operation is not possible for some reason.|
|Date of creation||Displays the date and time of server creation.
*When the plan is changed, the resource ID is also changed. In this case, the original server creation date/time is not inherited; instead, the date/time for creation of the new resource ID is used.
|Date of modification||Displays the date/time of the last change to server information.|
|Date of status change||Displays the date/time of the last changes to status information.|
|Hypervisor||The version of the hypervisor (virtualization mechanism) of the host server run by this server.
The version increases when new functions are added, when measures are implemented for security measures, etc. In principle, newly run servers are stored in the host server possessing the newest verion in the same zone.
|Storage host||Name of the host server running this server.
Generally speaking, plan maintenance for responding to hardware malfunctions, etc., is performed by host server unit. Therefore, this is one item for judging whether or not the customer server will be affected.
|Maintenance information||Displayed when the server is scheduled to be down for maintenance of the host server operated by the applicable server.
*This item is not displayed when no maintenance is scheduled.
|Bundle information||When created using a Windows server or a public archive loaded with commercial software, information on licenses subject to billing is displayed.
*This item is not displayed when no license fees are incurred; for example, Linux, etc.
You can change the name, tage, and other information by clicking the [Edit] button at the bottom-right of the screen.
By configuring options for US keyboard or VirtIO-Net (setting can only be changed when the server is stopped) in the option section, or for radio buttons in the group section, settings are specified for Special tags which have a "@" symbol attached at the front. (The effect is the same when special tags are manually entered at the edit tag screen.) For details, please refer to the Special tags page.
You can confirm and set the NIC loaded in the server. Numbers in the parentheses displayed after the tag indicate the number of NIC currently loaded into the server.
The screen displays a list of the loaded NIC and connection destinations. For details, please refer to the Create/delete NIC page.
You can confirm and configure settings for the disks currently connected to the server. Numbers in the parentheses displayed after the tag indicate the number of disks currently connected to the server.
The screen displays a list of disks that are connected. For details, please refer to the Connect/disconnect disk to/from server page.
You can confirm the ISO image inserted in the server, and perform operations for insertion and removal.
Click [Insert] to display the ISO image selection screen. At this screen, you can select an ISO image from public ISO images provided by SAKURA Cloud and ISO images uploaded by the user via the ISO image function, and then insert the selected ISO image into the virtual CD driver of the server.
You change the currently inserted ISO image to a different ISO image by using the [Edit] button which is displayed when clicking the arrow (▼) button at the right-hand side of the list. You can also remove the ISO image by using the [Remove] button.
Only one ISO image disk can be inserted into one server.
Simple monitoring function displays a list of items monitored for the server that is currently selected.
At the graph, you can check information such as the CPU time for the selected server, traffic of the loaded NIC, and the amount of transferred data for the disk. For details, please refer to Activity .
You can view the display connected virtually to the server and enter information via the keyboard or the mouse. This can also be used for installation using an OS installer run from the ISO image, performing server operation when not connected to the network, configuring intial settings for the Windows server, etc. For details, please refer to the Console page.