Last updated：2021-09-30 17:34:51
Yes. To delete a snapshot, go to the EBS console or call the DeleteSnapshot operation. For more information, see Delete snapshots.
To delete the snapshot of an EBS volume, go to the EBS console or call the DeleteSnapshot operation. For more information, see Delete snapshots.
The time for creating a snapshot depends on various factors such as the amount of data written to an EBS volume and reads and writes of the storage clusters. Therefore, it is difficult to predict the time. However, creating a snapshot does not affect your use of an EBS volume.
If you have attached the EBS volume to a KEC instance, you must shut down the KEC instance before the rollback. If the EBS volume is not attached to an instance, you can directly roll back the volume.
The first snapshot for an EBS volume is a full snapshot, which is a backup of all data stored in the EBS volume when this snapshot is created. The snapshot size is the used capacity of the EBS volume. For more information, see How snapshots work and View the snapshot size.
A snapshot of an EBS volume is a backup of all underlying data blocks. Typically, the snapshot size is greater than the data volume displayed in the file system. The difference is caused by the following factors:
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