Abiquo 5.0

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For ESXi, you can modify disks as permitted by ESXi functionality. See VMware knowledge base article. You can only modify iSCSI disks on SCSI controllers with thin provisioning. And the VM cannot have VMware snapshots. If you cannot modify a hard drive as expected, please contact your System Administrator.

For SCSI disks, you cannot modify disk size and position at the same time




You can increase the size of the hard disk

  • Expanding a disk can damage the data or operating system installed on the disk. You may need to apply additional operating system tools or processes before you can use an expanded disk
  • Remember that if you resize a system disk and then undeploy the VM or create an instance, when you deploy again the platform will copy the hard disk and/or its size from the template, which may change the size
Datastore tierOptional. Storage service level
Allocation type

You cannot modify the Allocation type after the VM has been deployed

Controller type

The controller type of disk



Optional. On supported hypervisors (ESXi), to force the creation of a new controller of the same type as an existing one, assign a new bus value. Access ESXi to confirm bus values.


Optional. Select an existing an existing bus number or to create a new controller, specify a new bus number. The user requests a bus number but the platform will use the bus number assigned by ESXi. When there is more than one controller, to identify the controller and bus number, the platform displays the bus number as a suffix to the controller. Access ESXi to confirm bus numbers that are not displayed


The name of the hard disk

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