How to Use Block Storage with Your Linode Expand Your Server’s Storage Capacity
Linode’s Block Storage service provides a method of adding additional storage drives to Compute Instances, enabling you to store more data without resizing your Compute Instance to a larger plan. These storage drives, called Volumes, can be formatted with any Linux-compatible file system and attached and mounted to a Compute Instance. In this video, we’ll go over formatting, mounting, resizing, and other aspects of working with Block Storage on Linode.
0:00 – Intro
1:10 – Create a Block Storage Volume
2:42 – Volume Configuration
3:28 – Formatting Block Storage
4:36 – Mounting the Volume
5:26 – Checking the Volume
6:03 – Making the Volume Persistent
7:20 – Unmounting Block Storage
8:36 – Detaching a Volume
10:35 – Resizing a Volume
14:53 – Deleting a Volume
16:30 – Outro
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