IVirtualMachineDiskOperations Members

Represents the interface for the operations that are used to manage the disks in a subscription.

The following tables list the members exposed by the IVirtualMachineDiskOperations type.

(see also Extension Methods)
 NameDescription
public methodBeginCreatingDataDiskAsyncThe Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information)
public methodBeginDeletingDataDiskAsyncThe Begin Deleting Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information)
public methodCreateDataDiskAsyncThe Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information)
public methodCreateDiskAsyncThe Create Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information)
public methodDeleteDataDiskAsyncThe Delete Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information)
public methodDeleteDiskAsyncAsynchronously deletes the specified data or operating system disk from the user disk repository.
public methodGetDataDiskAsyncAsynchronously retrieves information about the specified data disk.
public methodGetDiskAsyncAsynchronously retrieves information about a disk in the user disk repository.
public methodListDisksAsyncAsynchronously retrieves a list of disks in the user disk repository.
public methodUpdateDataDiskAsyncThe Update Data Disk operation updates the specified data disk attached to the specified virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157190.aspx for more information)
public methodUpdateDiskAsyncThe Add Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information)
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public extension method BeginCreatingDataDisk  The Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method BeginCreatingDataDiskAsync  The Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method BeginDeletingDataDisk  The Begin Deleting Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method BeginDeletingDataDiskAsync  The Begin Deleting Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method CreateDataDisk  The Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method CreateDataDiskAsync  The Create Data Disk operation adds a data disk to a virtual machine. There are three ways to create the data disk using the Add Data Disk operation. Option 1 - Attach an empty data disk to the role by specifying the disk label and location of the disk image. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Include the MediaLink element and reference a blob that is in the same geographical region as the role. You can also omit the MediaLink element. In this usage, Azure will create the data disk in the storage account configured as default for the role. Option 2 - Attach an existing data disk that is in the image repository. Do not include the DiskName and SourceMediaLink elements in the request body. Specify the data disk to use by including the DiskName element. Note: If included the in the response body, the MediaLink and LogicalDiskSizeInGB elements are ignored. Option 3 - Specify the location of a blob in your storage account that contain a disk image to use. Include the SourceMediaLink element. Note: If the MediaLink element isincluded, it is ignored. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157199.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method CreateDisk  The Create Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method CreateDiskAsync  The Create Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method DeleteDataDisk  The Delete Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method DeleteDataDiskAsync  The Delete Data Disk operation removes the specified data disk from a virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157179.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method DeleteDisk  Deletes the specified data or operating system disk from the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method DeleteDiskAsync  Asynchronously deletes the specified data or operating system disk from the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method GetDataDisk  Retrieves information about the specified data disk. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method GetDataDiskAsync  Asynchronously retrieves information about the specified data disk. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method GetDisk  Retrieves information about a disk in the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method GetDiskAsync  Asynchronously retrieves information about a disk in the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method ListDisks  Retrieves a list of disks from the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method ListDisksAsync  Asynchronously retrieves a list of disks from the user disk repository. (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method UpdateDataDisk  The Update Data Disk operation updates the specified data disk attached to the specified virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157190.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method UpdateDataDiskAsync  The Update Data Disk operation updates the specified data disk attached to the specified virtual machine. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157190.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method UpdateDisk  The Add Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
public extension method UpdateDiskAsync  The Add Disk operation adds a disk to the user image repository. The disk can be an operating system disk or a data disk. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/jj157178.aspx for more information) (Defined by VirtualMachineDiskOperationsExtensions.)
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