The lifecycle of a dedicated host (DDH) starts when it is created and ends when it is released. The status of the dedicated host changes during the lifecycle. This topic describes the statuses of a dedicated host.
|Status||Attribute||Description||Visible in the console|
|Starting||Transitory||After a dedicated host is created, the dedicated host is in the Starting state before its status changes to Running. If the dedicated host stays in the Starting state for a long time, it means that an error has occurred.||Yes|
|Running||Stable||The dedicated host is running. You can create and manage Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instances on the dedicated host.||Yes|
An error has occurred on the dedicated host. You can submit a ticket to report and resolve the error.
When a subscription dedicated host expires, it is in the Expired state. After you renew the dedicated host, its status changes from Expired to Running. For more information, see Manual renewal of a dedicated host.
|Released||Stable||When a subscription dedicated host is released due to expiration, its status changes to Released. All the resources of the dedicated host become unavailable. For more information, see Subscription.||No|