disk

Operations with disks

Usage

neuro disk [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

Operations with disks.

Commands:

UsageDescription

Create a disk

Get disk DISK_ID

List disks

Remove disk DISK_ID

create

Create a disk

Usage

neuro disk create [OPTIONS] STORAGE

Create a disk

Create a disk with at least storage amount STORAGE.

To specify the amount, you can use the following suffixes: "kKMGTPEZY" To use decimal quantities, append "b" or "B". For example:

  • 1K or 1k is 1024 bytes

  • 1Kb or 1KB is 1000 bytes

  • 20G is 20 * 2 ^ 30 bytes

  • 20Gb or 20GB is 20.000.000.000 bytes

Note that server can have big granularity (for example, 1G) so it will possibly round-up the amount you requested.

Examples


$ neuro disk create 10G
$ neuro disk create 500M

Options

NameDescription

--help

Show this message and exit.

--cluster CLUSTER

Perform in a specified cluster (the current cluster by default).

--name NAME

Optional disk name

--org ORG

Perform in a specified org (the current org by default).

--project PROJECT

Create disk in a specified project (the current project by default).

--timeout-unused TIMEDELTA

Optional disk lifetime limit after last usage in the format '1d2h3m4s' (some parts may be missing). Set '0' to disable. Default value '1d' can be changed in the user config.

get

Get disk DISK_ID

Usage

neuro disk get [OPTIONS] DISK

Get disk DISK_ID.

Options

NameDescription

--help

Show this message and exit.

--cluster CLUSTER

Look on a specified cluster (the current cluster by default).

--full-uri

Output full disk URI.

--org ORG

Look on a specified org (the current org by default).

--project PROJECT

Look on a specified project (the current project by default).

ls

List disks

Usage

neuro disk ls [OPTIONS]

List disks.

Options

NameDescription

--help

Show this message and exit.

--all-orgs

Show disks in all orgs.

--all-projects

Show disks in all projects.

--cluster CLUSTER

Look on a specified cluster (the current cluster by default).

--full-uri

Output full disk URI.

--long-format

Output all info about disk.

--org ORG

Look on a specified org (the current org by default).

--project PROJECT

Look on a specified project (the current project by default).

rm

Remove disk DISK_ID

Usage

neuro disk rm [OPTIONS] DISKS...

Remove disk DISK_ID.

Options

NameDescription

--help

Show this message and exit.

--cluster CLUSTER

Perform on a specified cluster (the current cluster by default).

--org ORG

Perform on a specified org (the current org by default).

--project PROJECT

Perform on a specified project (the current project by default).

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