Create an antlet
In antMan, click the 'New antlet' button
Fill in the antlet info
Name: Enter a unique name for the new antlet
Template: Select a template from the list of templates. Click the 'Add more' option to download additional templates.
RAM: Select the amount of RAM
vCPUs: Select the number of vCPUs
IP: This is the last number in the IP address for this antlet. It will automatically populate with the next available address. The range is 10-210.
ZPool: Select the storage pool the antlet will be created in.
Compression: Turn compression on or off for an individual antlet. Compression is off by default and can be set globally in the main menu > Settings (gear icon) > System settings > ZFS settings.
Click the 'Create antlet' button and the antlet will appear in the list of antlets.
In the antlet listing in antMan you can perform the following functions
- Open the antlet Console (KVM antlets only)
- Open the antlet details (click the name of the antlet)
- Start, Stop, Reboot and Delete the antlet
- Click the dropdown arrow to Pause or Force stop the antlet
- Click the '...' button to clone the antlet
Note: Reboot is an OS reboot of the antlet. The antlet itself does not Stop then Start.
The antlet details contains several tabs to configure various options. Click the antlet name in the list of antlets to enter this dialog.
The General tab gives you some general information about the antlet - Creation date, storage info and the template it was created from.
Here you can change the antlet attributes - RAM, vCPUs, IP address, add a description and set the Autostart property..
The Storage limit only applies to LXC antlets. By default an LXC antlet does not have a limit on its storage capacity. A KVM antlet will display the vDrive size in this field which can be changed in the Virtual Drives tab.
The Description field is a place to add notes about the antlet. This will be displayed in a popup when hovering the cursor over the antlet name in antMan.
Autostart sets the antlet to automatically start when the antsle boots up.
Click the 'Update properties' button if you make any changes. The antlet must be Stopped to edit the RAM, vCPUs or the IP address.