Resizing


Scaling and High Availability

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Load Balancing

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Server Management

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Resizing

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
Disk Structure
The newer flavors use faster solid...
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After successfully resizing a Windows Cloud Server, you will need to perform some additional steps in order to utilize the new disk space that is available for your server. In Windows Server 2012 you can merge the newly available...
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In this article, we dicuss the process for resizing your server - changing the RAM and disk space allocation. Note that at this time, Windows servers can be resized to a larger allocation but cannot be resized down to a lesser...
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One of the great advantages of using Rackspace Cloud Servers (product page) is the flexibility that you have to purchase only the amount of computing power you need.  When business is good and you need increased server capacity,...
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The Cloud Control Panel lets you manage your Rackspace Cloud infrastructure through a simple and intuitive interface. This article introduces you to some of the cool features we've put in place that will make your daily...
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Note:  Rackspace no longer offers Cloud Servers with Windows 2003, but these instructions are here for legacy support purposes.
 
Contents
1 Windows Server 2003
1.1 Formatting the Disk and Adding an Additional Drive
1.2 Select...
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Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring Snapshots
Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved Image
Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations
 
 
 
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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After successfully resizing a Windows Cloud Server, you will need to perform some additional steps in order to utilize the new disk space that is available for your server. In Windows Server 2008 you can merge the newly available...
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Backups

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Server Images

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
Disk Structure
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In this article, we dicuss the process for resizing your server - changing the RAM and disk space allocation. Note that at this time, Windows servers can be resized to a larger allocation but cannot be resized down to a lesser...
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Migrations

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Performance

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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API

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers.
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Linux Tools

One of the great advantages of using Rackspace Cloud Servers (product page) is the flexibility that you have to purchase only the amount of computing power you need.  When business is good and you need increased server capacity,...
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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- Getting Started -

The Cloud Control Panel lets you manage your Rackspace Cloud infrastructure through a simple and intuitive interface. This article introduces you to some of the cool features we've put in place that will make your daily...
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Windows Server 2003

Note:  Rackspace no longer offers Cloud Servers with Windows 2003, but these instructions are here for legacy support purposes.
 
Contents
1 Windows Server 2003
1.1 Formatting the Disk and Adding an Additional Drive
1.2 Select...
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After successfully resizing a Windows Cloud Server, you will need to perform some additional steps in order to utilize the new disk space that is available for your server. In Windows Server 2008 you can merge the newly available...
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Server Migration

 
 
Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Configuring Snapshots
Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Restoring a Cloud Server From a Saved Image
Rackspace Cloud Essentials - Cloud Server Snapshot Limitations
 
 
 
Back to the First 48 Guide Page...
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You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Windows Tools

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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MySQL

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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FAQ

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Version Control Systems

You have just learned how to restore servers from an image. These images are ideal for use as templates or "gold images", so that you can easily restore to a known configuration or rapidly deploy additional Cloud Servers. This...
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Windows Server 2008

After successfully resizing a Windows Cloud Server, you will need to perform some additional steps in order to utilize the new disk space that is available for your server. In Windows Server 2008 you can merge the newly available...
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Uncategorized

After successfully resizing a Windows Cloud Server, you will need to perform some additional steps in order to utilize the new disk space that is available for your server. In Windows Server 2008 you can merge the newly available...
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