az hpc-cache blob-storage-target

Commands to create hpc cache blob storage target.

Commands

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target add

Create or update a blob Storage Target. This operation is allowed at any time, but if the Cache is down or unhealthy, the actual creation/modification of the Storage Target may be delayed until the Cache is healthy again.

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target update

Create or update a blob Storage Target. This operation is allowed at any time, but if the Cache is down or unhealthy, the actual creation/modification of the Storage Target may be delayed until the Cache is healthy again.

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target add

Create or update a blob Storage Target. This operation is allowed at any time, but if the Cache is down or unhealthy, the actual creation/modification of the Storage Target may be delayed until the Cache is healthy again.

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target add --cache-name
                                     --container-name
                                     --name
                                     --resource-group
                                     --storage-account
                                     --virtual-namespace-path

Examples

StorageTargets_CreateOrUpdate

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target add --resource-group "scgroup" --cache-name "sc1" --name "st1" --storage-account "/subscriptions/{subscription_id}/resourceGroups/{resource_group}/providers/Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts/{acount_name}" --container-name "cn" --virtual-namespace-path "/test"

Required Parameters

--cache-name

Name of Cache.

--container-name

Name of target storage container.

--name

Name of the Storage Target.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

--storage-account

Resource ID of target storage account.

--virtual-namespace-path -v

Path to create for this storage target in the client-facing virtual filesystem.

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target update

Create or update a blob Storage Target. This operation is allowed at any time, but if the Cache is down or unhealthy, the actual creation/modification of the Storage Target may be delayed until the Cache is healthy again.

az hpc-cache blob-storage-target update --cache-name
                                        --name
                                        --resource-group
                                        [--container-name]
                                        [--storage-account]
                                        [--virtual-namespace-path]

Required Parameters

--cache-name

Name of Cache.

--name

Name of the Storage Target.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

Optional Parameters

--container-name

Name of target storage container.

--storage-account

Resource ID of target storage account.

--virtual-namespace-path -v

Path to create for this storage target in the client-facing virtual filesystem.