FAQ

Is it possible to move an instance to another Tenant?

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It is not possible to move an instance directly to another tenant, but by using the "Image share" function or "copy of the image" function of the "Image Storage" menu, you can create a copy of the instance in another tenant.
# Please refer to below for the details of "Image share" or "copy of the image".
Service Description - Image Storage - Operable Items in Private Template

Create a copy of the instance by using "Image share"
(Create a copy in another tenant in the same region)

Instance created from image

1. In the source tenant, create a snapshot of the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Create a Snapshot of the Instance

2. (In case of data volumes attached to the instance) In the source tenant, detach volumes from the instance and upload them to an image.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Upload a Volume to an Image

3. In the source tenant, add the destination tenant on "Edit Image Share Member".
Tutorials - Image Storage - Edit Image Share Member ( Operate in an Image-sending Tenant)

4. In the destination tenant, accept an Additional Share Member Request .
Tutorials - Image Storage - Accept an Additional Share Member Request (Operation at an Image-received/Image-shard Tenant)

5. In the destination tenant, create an instance from snapshot (when you shared images of data volumes, create data volumes from image and attach them to the instance).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Adding a Data Volume to an Instance

6. (When the instance in the source tenant is unnecessary) In the source tenant, terminate the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Terminate an Instance

Instance created from volume

1. In the source tenant, delete the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Terminate an Instance

2. In the source tenant, upload the root volume to an image (In case of data volumes attached to the instance, upload them to an image too).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Upload a Volume to an Image

3. In the source tenant, add the destination tenant on "Edit Image Share Member".
Tutorials - Image Storage - Edit Image Share Member ( Operate in an Image-sending Tenant)

4. In the destination tenant, accept an Additional Share Member Request .
Tutorials - Image Storage - Accept an Additional Share Member Request (Operation at an Image-received/Image-shard Tenant)

5. In the destination tenant, create a volume from image and create an instance from volume (when you shared images of data volumes, create data volumes from image and attach them to the instance).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Adding a Data Volume to an Instance

6. (When the instance in the source tenant is unnecessary) In the source tenant, terminate the instance.

Create a copy of the instance by using "copy of the image"
(Create a copy in another region in the same contract)

Instance created from image

1. In the source tenant, create a snapshot of the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Create a Snapshot of the Instance

2. (In case of data volumes attached to the instance) In the source tenant, detach volumes from the instance and upload them to an image.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Upload a Volume to an Image

3. In the source tenant, copy the images to the destination tenant.
Tutorials - Image Storage - Copy Images

4. In the destination tenant, create an instance from snapshot (when you copied images of data volumes, create data volumes from image and attach them to the instance).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Adding a Data Volume to an Instance

5. (When the instance in the source tenant is unnecessary) In the source tenant, terminate the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Terminate an Instance

Instance created from volume

1. In the source tenant, delete the instance.
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Terminate an Instance

2. In the source tenant, upload the root volume to an image (In case of data volumes attached to the instance, upload them to an image too).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Upload a Volume to an Image

3. In the source tenant, copy the images to the destination tenant.
Tutorials - Image Storage - Copy Images

4. In the destination tenant, create a volume from image and create an instance from volume (when you copied images of data volumes, create data volumes from image and attach them to the instance).
Tutorials - Virtual Server - Adding a Data Volume to an Instance

5. (When the instance in the source tenant is unnecessary) In the source tenant, terminate the instance.

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