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Updating an EVS Disk (Deprecated)

Function

This API is used to update the name and description of an EVS disk.

This API has been deprecated. Use another API. For details, see Updating an EVS Disk.

URI

  • URI format

    PUT /v2/{project_id}/cloudvolumes/{volume_id}

  • Parameter description

    Parameter

    Mandatory

    Description

    project_id

    Yes

    Specifies the project ID.

    volume_id

    Yes

    Specifies the EVS disk ID.

Request

  • Parameter description

    Parameter

    Type

    Mandatory

    Description

    volume

    map<string, string>

    Yes

    Specifies the EVS disk information to be modified.

    name

    string

    No

    Specifies the new name of the EVS disk. Parameters name and description cannot be null at the same time. The value can contain a maximum of 255 bytes.

    description

    string

    No

    Specifies the new description of the EVS disk. name and description cannot be null at the same time. The value can contain a maximum of 255 bytes.

  • Example request
    {
        "volume": {
            "name": "test_volume", 
            "description": "test"
        }
    }

Response

  • Parameter description

    Parameter

    Type

    Description

    id

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk UUID.

    links

    list<map<string, string>>

    Specifies the URI of the EVS disk.

    name

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk name.

    status

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk status. For details, see EVS Disk Status.

    attachments

    list<map<string, string>>

    Specifies the EVS disk attachment information.

    availability_zone

    string

    Specifies the AZ to which the EVS disk belongs.

    source_volid

    string

    Specifies the source EVS disk ID. If the disk is created from a source EVS disk, this parameter has a value.

    snapshot_id

    string

    Specifies the snapshot ID. If the disk is created from a snapshot, this parameter has a value.

    description

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk description.

    os-vol-tenant-attr:tenant_id

    string

    Specifies the ID of the tenant to which the EVS disk belongs. Currently, the returned parameter value is invalid.

    volume_image_metadata

    map<string, string>

    Specifies the metadata of the EVS disk image. Currently, the returned parameter value is invalid.

    NOTE:

    For details about the volume_image_metadata field, see Querying Image Details (Native OpenStack API) in the Image Management Service API Reference.

    created_at

    string

    Specifies the time when the EVS disk was created.

    volume_type

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk type.

    size

    int

    Specifies the EVS disk size.

    bootable

    string

    Specifies whether the EVS disk is bootable.

    metadata

    map<string, string>

    Specifies the EVS disk metadata.

    os-vol-host-attr:host

    string

    Specifies the host to which the EVS disk belongs. Currently, the returned parameter value is invalid.

    shareable

    string

    Specifies whether the EVS disk is shareable.

    NOTE:

    This field is no longer used. Use multiattach.

    message

    string

    Specifies the returned error message when an error occurs.

    code

    string

    Specifies the returned error code when an error occurs.

    For details about the error code, see Error Codes.

    multiattach

    boolean

    Specifies the shared EVS disk information.

  • Parameters in the links field

    Parameter

    Type

    Description

    href

    string

    Specifies the corresponding shortcut link.

    rel

    string

    Specifies the shortcut link marker name.

  • Parameters in the attachments field

    Parameter

    Type

    Description

    server_id

    string

    Specifies the ID of the server to which the disk is attached.

    attachment_id

    string

    Specifies the ID of the attachment information.

    attached_at

    string

    Specifies the time when the disk was attached.

    host_name

    string

    Specifies the name of the physical host accommodating the server to which the EVS disk is attached.

    volume_id

    string

    Specifies the EVS disk ID.

    device

    string

    Specifies the device name.

    id

    string

    Specifies the ID of the attached resource.

  • Parameters in the metadata field

    Parameter

    Type

    Description

    __system__encrypted

    string

    Specifies the parameter that describes the encryption function in metadata. The value can be 0 or 1.
    • 0: indicates the disk is not encrypted.
    • 1: indicates the disk is encrypted.
    • If this parameter does not appear, the disk is not encrypted by default.

    __system__cmkid

    string

    Specifies the parameter that describes the encryption CMK ID in metadata. This parameter is used together with __system__encrypted for encryption. The length of cmkid is fixed at 36 bytes.

    hw:passthrough

    string

    Specifies the parameter that describes the disk device type in metadata. The value can be true or false.
    • If this parameter is set to true, the disk device type is SCSI, that is, Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), which allows ECS OSs to directly access the underlying storage media and supports SCSI reservation commands.
    • If this parameter is set to false, the disk device type is VBD (the default type), that is, Virtual Block Device (VBD), which supports only simple SCSI read/write commands.
    • If this parameter does not appear, the disk device type is VBD.

    full_clone

    string

    Specifies the clone method. When the disk is created from a snapshot, the parameter value is 0, indicating the linked cloning method.

    readonly

    string

    Specifies whether the disk is read-only or read-writable. The value can be True or False.
    • True: indicates that the disk is read-only.
    • False: indicates that the disk is read-writable.

    attached_mode

    string

    Specifies whether the disk is attached as read-only or read-writable. This parameter appears only when the disk has been attached to a server. The value can be ro or rw.
    • ro: indicates the disk is attached as read-only.
    • rw: indicates the disk is attached as read-writable.
  • Example response
    {
        "id": "36ba39af-3579-4e6e-adfc-b764349c0f77", 
        "links": [
            {
                "href": "https://volume.region.xxx.xxx-tsi.de/v2/3cfb09080bd944d0b4cdd72ef26857bd/volumes/36ba39af-3579-4e6e-adfc-b764349c0f77", 
                "rel": "self"
            }, 
            {
                "href": "https://volume.region.xxx.xxx-tsi.de/3cfb09080bd944d0b4cdd72ef26857bd/volumes/36ba39af-3579-4e6e-adfc-b764349c0f77", 
                "rel": "bookmark"
            }
        ], 
        "name": "newVolume", 
        "status": "in-use", 
        "attachments": [
            {
                "server_id": "c3d3250c-7ce5-42cc-b620-dd2b63d19ca5", 
                "attachment_id": "011a2bdb-a033-4479-845b-50bd8ed7f4d4", 
                "attached_at": "2017-05-23T11:27:38.604815", 
                "host_name": null, 
                "volume_id": "36ba39af-3579-4e6e-adfc-b764349c0f77", 
                "device": "/dev/sdf", 
                "id": "36ba39af-3579-4e6e-adfc-b764349c0f77"
            }
        ], 
        "description": "new volume", 
        "multiattach": false, 
        "size": 10, 
        "metadata": {
            "policy": "dc71a9c9-b3fa-429d-a070-037682d82d21", 
            "attached_mode": "rw", 
            "readonly": "False", 
            "hw:passthrough": "false"
        }, 
        "bootable": "false", 
        "availability_zone": "xxx", 
        "os-vol-host-attr:host": null, 
        "source_volid": null, 
        "snapshot_id": null, 
        "created_at": "2017-05-23T09:49:44.481299", 
        "volume_type": "SATA", 
        "os-vol-tenant-attr:tenant_id": null, 
        "volume_image_metadata": null
    }

    or

    {
        "error": {
            "message": "XXXX", 
            "code": "XXX"
        }
    }

Returned Values

  • Normal

    200

Error Codes

For details, see Error Codes.