Is it possible to create an instance with a boot disk that is smaller than 10GB?

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In Google Compute Engine, is it possible to create an instance with a boot disk that is smaller than 10GB?
Nov 4, 2019 in GCP by anonymous
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You would probably encounter the following error:

Disk size cannot be smaller than the size of chosen disk image (10 GB)

Currently, most public images are 10 GB or larger. CoreOS gets by with a 9 GB image, and 9 GB is the default disk size when creating an instance from it in the console.

answered Nov 4, 2019 by Sirajul
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