Volumes User Interface

The following page on Cockpit v1 enables you to create and manage your volumes and display information about them.

Information about snapshot import and export tasks are available in the Tasks Overview page. For more information, see OMIs User Interface.

You can also get information about your resources using AWS CLI or Cockpit v2-beta. For more information, see Getting Information About Your Volumes.

Volumes Page

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The state of the volume. For more information, see About Volumes > Volumes and Instances.

Hover over the colored dot for more information about a state.

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The name of the volume, which you can add using a Name tag. For more information, see Tagging Your Resources.

Double-click this name to modify it.

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The ID of the volume. This ID is unique and automatically created.

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The type of volume. For more information, see Volume Types and IOPS.

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The IOPS capacity of the volume.

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The ID of the instance the volume is attached to if the volume is in use.

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The device name assigned to the volume.

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The size of the volume, in gibibytes (GiB).

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The date and time of creation of the volume.

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The Availability Zone in which the volume is. For more information, see About Regions, Endpoints, and Availability Zones.

To filter the displayed volumes by volume types, click next to the search field, and select the volume types you want to display (io1 for Enterprise volumes, gp2 for Performance volumes, standard for Magnetic volumes, and bootdisk for root devices).

By default, all volume types except root devices are displayed.

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