dcos storage profile
Manage volume profiles.
A volume profile represents volumes based on volume provider or volume
parameters and labels. For example, if you want to differentiate between HDDs
and SSDs for different purposes, you can create a
fast volume profile that
identifies your SSDs and a
slow volume profile that identifies your HDDs. If
your framework, say Cassandra, distinguishes between “cache” and “archive"
storage you can then configure it to map your
fast volume profile to
Cassandra’s “cache” storage and your
slow volume profile to Cassandra’s
dcos storage profile [flags]
Options inherited from parent commands
-h, --help Help for this command. --timeout duration Override the default request timeout. (default 55s)
- dcos storage - Manage storage volumes, volume profiles and volume providers.
- dcos storage profile create - Create a volume profile.
- dcos storage profile deactivate - Deactivate an active volume profile.
- dcos storage profile list - List volume profiles.
- dcos storage profile reactivate - Activate a profile that has been deactivated.
dcos storage profile create
Create a volume profile.…Read More
dcos storage profile deactivate
Deactivate an active volume profile.…Read More
dcos storage profile list
List volume profiles.…Read More
dcos storage profile reactivate
Activate a profile that has been deactivated.…Read More