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Use RightScale volumes to attach Google disks. Create a volume, specify the fields, and attach. You can create a persistent disk volume (either standard or SSD) where data are retained even if your instance suffers a failure or is taken offline. Or, you can create a non-persistent local SSD volume providing extreme low latency, high IOPS, and high throughput. Local SSD is optimal for scratch data or large, high-performance databases. The volume you create will be attached, but will be unformatted. You will need to format and mount the disk using the information here.
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