<p><strong>1.1 Create an instance</strong></p> <p>1. If you do not have VPC, network domain and a subnet before creating an ECS, you must create one. Please refer to Operation Guide on VPC for detailed steps.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:416px; width:880px" /></p> <p>2. Select <strong>[ECS]</strong> -&gt;<strong> [Instance]</strong> and click <strong>[+Create] </strong>an instance in the upper right corner</p> <p><img src="" style="height:364px; width:879px" /></p> <p>3. See Information below on creation page</p> <p>l&nbsp; [Zone selection]</p> <p>Select corresponding region and available zone; high availability zone by default if you don&rsquo;t have special demands</p> <p>l&nbsp; [Network configuration]</p> <p>VPC: see <strong>VPC </strong><strong>Help Document</strong> for details</p> <p>Network Domain: see <strong>VPC </strong><strong>Help Document</strong> for details</p> <p>Security Group: select <strong>Add to Security Group</strong> or <strong>Create Security Group</strong></p> <p>l&nbsp; [Host configuration]</p> <p>Series products include Capacity ECS, Standard ECS and SSD ECS.</p> <p>Select number of cores for CPU and size for Mem</p> <p>Operating system includes CentOs, WindowsServer and Ubuntu.</p> <p>Mirroring includes Standard Mirroring and Custom Mirroring. Standard Mirroring Versuib CentOS includes CentOS-7.2 and CentOS-6.7; WindowsServer includes Win2012R2_Standard_64bit_CN, Win2012R2_Standard_64bit_EN, Win2012R2_Standard_64bit_CN_DBTerminal, Win2016_DataCenter_64bit_CN, Win2016_DataCenter_64bit_EN, Win2008R2_Standard_64bit_CN, Win2008R2_Standard_64bit_EN; Ubuntu includes Ubuntu14.04_64bit and Ubuntu16.04_64bit.</p> <p>You can upload custom mirroring</p> <p>Host name: you can customize host name; the default name of host is the same as the name of the instance; host name should be separated by commas in the event of several names</p> <p>Description: you can customize description of the host</p> <p>l&nbsp; [Disk Configuration]</p> <p>Create the EBS: select <strong>Yes</strong> or<strong> No</strong></p> <p>Series products: select <strong>C</strong><strong>apacity</strong><strong>-based</strong><strong> EBS </strong>or <strong>P</strong><strong>erformance-based EBS </strong></p> <p>Type: select size of the EBS</p> <p>Quantity: configure purchase quantity</p> <p>l&nbsp; [Security Configuration] See <strong>Security Center </strong></p> <p>l&nbsp; [Buy option]</p> <p>Charge Mode: hourly-based payment or monthly-based payment; see the Charge Mode for monthly-based payment</p> <p>Quantity: select purchase quantity of instances</p> <p><img src="" style="height:554px; width:880px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:495px; width:880px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:564px; width:880px" /></p> <p>4. After completing above steps, check configuration information and click <strong>Buy </strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:500px; width:421px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:279px; width:880px" /></p> <p>5. The status turns into <strong>Running</strong> after a few minutes, showing the successful creation of an instance.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:160px; width:878px" /></p> <p>6. You can query the number of instances by clicking <strong>Overview </strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:300px; width:880px" /></p> <p>Click<strong> ECS</strong> to view all managed ECSs</p> <p><img src="" style="height:292px; width:879px" /></p> <p><strong>1.2 Boot and shutdown instances </strong></p> <p>You can shut down the running instance, indicating immediate shutdown of instance.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:292px; width:879px" /></p> <p>You can boot the stopped instances, indicating immediate boot of instances.</p> <p><strong>1.3 Remote connection</strong></p> <p>Use SSH tool or MSTSC to connect and manage your own instances; you can click the instance details to view IP, user name and password.</p> <p>1. View ECS details to check whether public network IP has been applied; go to step 2 if <strong>No</strong> and go to step 5 if<strong> Yes.</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:437px; width:879px" /></p> <p>2. Create an Internet gateway and select VPC where ECS is.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:496px; width:880px" /></p> <p>3. Go to the Internet gateway to apply for public network IP.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:286px; width:879px" /></p> <p>4. Select the ECS which has been added public network</p> <p><img src="" style="height:347px; width:880px" /></p> <p>5.Create a security policy in management interface after applying it.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>1.4 </strong><strong>&nbsp;Key Pair</strong></p> <p>Prerequisite:</p> <p>l&nbsp; Linux instance</p> <p>l&nbsp; Please keep it properly as the Key can only be downloaded once; you should unbind the instance to recreate it if you want to re-download the Key</p> <p>l&nbsp; Private Key adopts unencrypted PKCS#8 encoded with PEM</p> <p>1. Create Key Pair</p> <p>Click<strong> [All]</strong> in the upper left corner-&gt; <strong>[Compute]</strong> -&gt; <strong>[ECS]</strong> -&gt; <strong>[Key Pair]</strong> -&gt; <strong>[+Create]</strong> and save downloaded key in the format of .pem.</p> <p>Note: After clicking <strong>Confirm, </strong>a Private Key is downloaded to the desktop, and you can&rsquo;t download it once again, so please keep it properly. You can&rsquo;t log in the ECS instance if you lose the private key when the Key Pair is bound to an ECS instance. User name and password are useless for login at that time.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:336px; width:818px" /></p> <p>2. Connected instances of Key Pair</p> <p>Click <strong>Connected Instances</strong> to enter the phone verification code to connect to instances</p> <p><img src="" style="height:304px; width:818px" /></p> <p>Use Key Pair to connect to its connected Linux instance</p> <p>Case 1: Taking PuTTY and PuTTYgen as examples</p> <p>3. Convert Key format</p> <p>Open PuTTYgen: Step 1: load .pem Key and convert it to .ppk Key; step 2: Click <strong>Save Private Key</strong>, see the alert, Select <strong>Yes,</strong> and enter an English name and save routine</p> <p><img src="" style="height:801px; width:830px" /></p> <p>4. Connect to Linux instance; open PuTTY, select<strong> .ppk Private Key</strong> converted via [Connection] -&gt; [SSH] -&gt; [Auth] and log on</p> <p><img src="" style="height:759px; width:791px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:733px; width:772px" /></p> <p>5 Log on the Linux instance after successful verification</p> <p><img src="" style="height:290px; width:818px" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>1.5 Change instance configuration </strong></p> <p>You can upgrade the configuration of the instance that has been shut down<br /> Select <strong>More </strong>and click <strong>upgrade</strong>.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:411px; width:880px" /></p> <p>Select corresponding configuration and click <strong>Ok.</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:229px; width:407px" /></p> <p><strong>1.6 Renewal instance </strong></p> <p>Renew monthly subscription &nbsp;</p> <p>Select <strong>More </strong>and click <strong>Renew</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:149px; width:553px" /></p> <p>Select specified number of months and click <strong>Confirm</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:162px; width:379px" /></p> <p><strong>1.7 Reset the password</strong><br /> You can reset the password of the instance after shutdown when forgetting the password.&nbsp;</p> <p><img src="" style="height:190px; width:553px" /></p> <p><strong>1.8 Remote Console</strong><br /> Provide an ECS rescue mode; it is an out-of-management mode when using remote connection fails to connect the ECS.</p> <p>Instance can use remote connection in the event of boot status</p> <p><img src="" style="height:170px; width:554px" /></p> <p><strong>1.9 Deletion instance </strong></p> <p>You can delete stopped instance, indicating the immediate deletion of the instance. The resources will be released immediately after deletion.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:120px; width:554px" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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<p><strong>2.1 Creating security group </strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:301px; width:879px" /></p> <p>Select corresponding VPC and network domain</p> <p><img src="" style="height:519px; width:880px" /></p> <p>Create security rules after creation</p> <p><img src="" style="height:178px; width:879px" /></p> <p>You need to specify direction, protocol type and authorized IP segment</p> <p><img src="" style="height:538px; width:880px" /></p> <p>Add instance into corresponding security group</p> <p><img src="" style="height:224px; width:880px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:241px; width:880px" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p>


<p><strong>3.1 Create manual snapshots</strong></p> <p>1. Select corresponding cloud disks according to mounted ECS on cloud disk page and click <strong>Create a snapshot</strong>.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:229px; width:880px" /></p> <p>Or on<strong> Instance management</strong> page, click <strong>Name of instance</strong> to go to <strong>Instance details</strong> page, click <strong>Name of disk</strong> to go to <strong>Disk information</strong> page, then click <strong>Create a snapshot.</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:487px; width:880px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:414px; width:880px" /></p> <p>2. Verify<strong> Name of cloud disk</strong> and <strong>Instance</strong> on <strong>Create a snapshot </strong>page, fill in <strong>Information description</strong>, then click <strong>Ok.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>3. Click <strong>Name of cloud disk </strong>on cloud disk list page to go to <strong>Disk Information</strong> page to view snapshots under the disk. The status is <strong>Creating.</strong> The status will change to <strong>Available </strong>after a few minutes, indicating the successful creation of the snapshot.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:92px; width:879px" /></p> <p>4. A maximun of 8 snapshots can be manually created for one disk.</p> <p><strong>3.2 The strategy for creating automatic snapshots </strong></p> <p>1.Click <strong>Create an automatic snapshot strategy</strong> on <strong>Disk Information</strong> page</p> <p><img src="" style="height:453px; width:880px" /></p> <p>2.Fill in description, repeat types, time and creation No. on <strong>Create automatic snapshot strategy</strong> and click <strong>Ok</strong>. A maximun of 8 snapshots can be automatically created for one disk.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:317px; width:360px" /></p> <p>3.You can view all<strong> Customized snapshot strategy</strong> on <strong>Disk information</strong> page after successful creation.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:164px; width:880px" /></p> <p>4. Snapshots will automatically be created in a specified time and show in<strong> Snapshot list </strong>on<strong> Disk information </strong>page.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:96px; width:877px" /></p> <p><strong>3.3 Delete automatic snapshot strategy </strong></p> <p>You can delete <strong>automatic snapshot strategy </strong>on <strong>Disk information</strong> page, indicating immediate deletion of automatic snapshot strategy. The strategy will be invalid after deletion.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:61px; width:554px" /></p> <p><strong>3.4 Roll back disk </strong></p> <p>1.Select the snapshot to be rolled back on <strong>Disk information</strong> page and click<strong> </strong><strong>Revert</strong>. Please shut down ECS mounted by the disk before rolling back disk. Please refer to ECS-&gt;common operations&gt;- boot and shutdown instances</p> <p><img src="" style="height:96px; width:877px" /></p> <p>2.Start to roll back disk and snapshot status will change into <strong>Restoring</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:64px; width:554px" /></p> <p>3.The snapshot status will turn into <strong>Available</strong> after a few minutes, indicating successful rollback of disk.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:63px; width:553px" /></p> <p><strong>3.5 Delete snapshots </strong></p> <p>Delete snapshots on <strong>Disk information</strong> page, indicating immediate deletion of the snapshot</p> <p><img src="" style="height:63px; width:554px" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Custom images

<p><strong>4.1 Create custom images </strong></p> <p>You can create an image for the instance that has been shut down, indicating that the data in the system disk and data disk mounted by the instance are completely copied to the custom image. If you have already purchased the EIP before making image operation, you need to release the EIP firstly. Otherwise, the image operation will not be available.</p> <p>Linux needs to execute commands:</p> <p>rm -f /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-* /var/lib/dhclient/* /var/lib/dhcp/*</p> <p>1.Select the instance for custom image on instance management page, click <strong>More </strong>and select <strong>Custom image</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:228px; width:553px" /></p> <p>2.Fill in <strong>Name of image</strong> and <strong>Display name </strong>on <strong>Custom image page</strong>, then click <strong>Ok</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:224px; width:456px" /></p> <p>3.After clicking<strong> Ok,</strong> you start to make images. You can click<strong> Image</strong> on <strong>Cloud server menu bar</strong> to go to image page and view completed custom image. The status is <strong>Creating.</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:136px; width:880px" /></p> <p>4.The status of custom image will turn into <strong>Available</strong> after some time, indicating the successful creation of a custom image.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:136px; width:880px" /></p> <p>5.A maximum of 5 custom images are available for one user.</p> <p><strong>4.2 Instance for creating custom images </strong></p> <p>1.Click<strong> Create an instance</strong> on instance management list page of ECS</p> <p><img src="" style="height:260px; width:880px" /></p> <p>2.Make a choice based on your demands on <strong>Create an instance page</strong>; select <strong>Custom image</strong> in the column of the image, then the system will show all custom images under selected operation system</p> <p><img src="" style="height:459px; width:879px" /></p> <p>3.Verify configuration information and click<strong> Buy.</strong></p> <p><img src="" style="height:234px; width:880px" /></p> <p>4.Start to create the instance after buying it. The status in instance management list will turn into <strong>Creating</strong>. Following the name of instance image is a small green flag. The status will turn into <strong>Running </strong>after a few minutes, indicating the successful creation of custom image instance.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:198px; width:880px" /></p> <p><strong>4.3 Delete custom images</strong></p> <p>Delete custom images, indicating immediate deletion of the custom image.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:145px; width:880px" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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