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I think snapshots used to appear on snapshot history. but i can find the one i just did.. (see it here) did that change? can i be sure the snapshot was made?
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Snapshots should appear in the droplet’s event history. It looks like the snapshot was taken properly according to the screenshot, but could you please open a support ticket so we can make sure that that’s the case? Thanks!
i will. thank you.
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Want 320GB disk, but less RAM/CPU/cost. Is there no manual process, using snapshots, rsync, etc. that can reach it? Size of existing disk *always* enforces a lower-bound on RAM/CPU, equivalent to new-droplet, no matter what?
Started with 20GB, snapshot it, destroy, use snapshot to create 320GB droplet, shutdown, and [fast] resize does not offer smaller RAM/CPU.
how do i access the Cpanel?
It seems like everyone recommends Putty, but I'm curious why I'd want to use it as opposed to the Console Access that comes built in at digital ocean. They both seem to be used for SSH.. I'm still early in the tutorials, but I hate installing new software if I don't need it, so I'm curious what advantages and features make everyone so crazy for Putty?
How can I check daily data usage of my Droplet(s)?