getNasVolumeInstanceList
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    getNasVolumeInstanceList

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    Article Summary

    Available in Classic

    Overview

    Gets a list of NAS volume instances.

    Request

    Request parameters

    ParameterRequiredTypeLimitationsDescription
    volumeAllotmentProtocolTypeCodeNStringMin: 1, Max: 5Volume allotment protocol type code
    Options: NFS | CIFS
    All volume instances will be selected if this parameter is not specified.
    isEventConfigurationNBooleanIndicates whether an event is configured.
    Options: true | false
    All volume instances will be selected if this parameter is not specified.
    isSnapshotConfigurationNBooleanIndicates whether a snapshot volume is configured.
    nasVolumeInstanceNoListNList<String>List of NAS volume instance numbers
    All volume instances will be selected if this parameter is not specified.
    Example) nasVolumeInstanceNoList.1=1084361&nasVolumeInstanceNoList.2=1084362
    regionNoNStringRegion number
    This parameter limits results to the specified region.
    Get available values by using the getRegionList action.
    Default: KR region
    Example) regionNo=1
    zoneNoNStringZone number
    You can filter NAS volume instances by zoneNo.
    Get available values by using the getZoneList action.
    All zones in the region will be selected if this parameter is not specified.
    Example) zoneNo=1

    Response

    Response body

    Examples

    Request example

    GET {SERVER_API_URL}/getNasVolumeInstanceList
    

    Response example

    <getNasVolumeInstanceListResponse>
      <requestId>4bdfecee-76a8-487e-8c00-54733badf386</requestId>
      <returnCode>0</returnCode>
      <returnMessage>success</returnMessage>
      <totalRows>2</totalRows>
      <nasVolumeInstanceList>
        <nasVolumeInstance>
          <nasVolumeInstanceNo>1084361</nasVolumeInstanceNo>
          <nasVolumeInstanceStatus>
            <code>CREAT</code>
            <codeName>NAS create</codeName>
          </nasVolumeInstanceStatus>
          <nasVolumeInstanceOperation>
            <code>NULL</code>
            <codeName>NAS NULL OP</codeName>
          </nasVolumeInstanceOperation>
          <nasVolumeInstanceStatusName>created</nasVolumeInstanceStatusName>
          <createDate>2018-11-26T19:40:14+0900</createDate>
          <nasVolumeDescription></nasVolumeDescription>
          <mountInformation>10.250.53.74:/n2532613_testnas</mountInformation>
          <volumeAllotmentProtocolType>
            <code>NFS</code>
            <codeName>NFS</codeName>
          </volumeAllotmentProtocolType>
          <volumeName>n2532613_testnas</volumeName>
          <volumeTotalSize>536870912000</volumeTotalSize>
          <volumeSize>536870912000</volumeSize>
          <snapshotVolumeConfigurationRatio>0.0</snapshotVolumeConfigurationRatio>
          <snapshotVolumeSize>0</snapshotVolumeSize>
          <isSnapshotConfiguration>false</isSnapshotConfiguration>
          <isEventConfiguration>false</isEventConfiguration>
          <region>
            <regionNo>1</regionNo>
            <regionCode>KR</regionCode>
            <regionName>Korea</regionName>
          </region>
          <zone>
            <zoneNo>3</zoneNo>
            <zoneName>KR-2</zoneName>
            <zoneCode>KR-2</zoneCode>
            <zoneDescription>Pyeongchon zone</zoneDescription>
            <regionNo>1</regionNo>
          </zone>
          <isReturnProtection>false</isReturnProtection>
          <nasVolumeInstanceCustomIpList/>
          <nasVolumeServerInstanceList/>
        </nasVolumeInstance>
      </nasVolumeInstanceList>
    </getNasVolumeInstanceListResponse>
    

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