Chapter 11. Flavors
Flavors indicate the resource profiles available for instances. Each flavor contains a value set for CPUs, CPU cores and memory. Flavors allow you to pre-configure resource settings, which you can then apply during instance provisioning. You can also change the flavor of a provisioned instance; see Section 13.19, “Resizing an Instance” for instructions.
Red Hat CloudForms provides the ability to view individual flavor information and instances currently using the flavor.
11.1. Viewing a Flavor
You can click on a specific flavor to view its details. The screen provides you with a flavor accordion and a flavor summary.
- Use flavor summary views to change how you are looking at the summary.
- Use the flavor accordion to view the Properties of the flavor and its Relationships.
- Use the flavor summary to see details on Properties (CPUs, CPU Cores, Memory), Relationships (Cloud Provider, Instances), and Smart Management (Company Tags).
11.2. Viewing Flavor Relationships
Use the Relationship section in the flavor accordion to see items related to the flavor.
- Navigate to → → .
- Click a flavor to view the configuration.
- From the flavor accordion, click Relationships.
- Click the type of resource to see the flavor’s relationships.