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    You can use a snapshot to restore a NAS volume.

    • After you restore a NAS volume, you can view the recovery history on that volume.
    • When you restore a NAS volume, only the snapshot used for recovery and any snapshots created before it are retained; snapshots created after the point of recovery are lost.


    The following describes the request format for the endpoint. The request format is as follows.

    GET, POST/restoreNasVolumeWithSnapshot

    Request headers

    For headers common to all NAS APIs, see NAS common headers.

    Request query parameters

    The following describes the parameters.

    nasVolumeInstanceNoStringRequiredUnique number of the NAS volume instance to be restored
    nasVolumeSnapshotNameStringRequiredName of the snapshot to be used for recovery

    Request example

    The following is a sample request.

    curl --location --request GET '' \
    --header 'x-ncp-apigw-timestamp: {timestamp}' \
    --header 'x-ncp-iam-access-key: {access key}' \
    --header 'x-ncp-apigw-signature-v2: {API gateway signature}' \


    The following describes the response format.

    Response body

    See NasVolumeSnapshotList for the response body.

    Response status codes

    For response status codes common to NAVER Cloud Platform, see Ncloud API response status codes.

    Response example

    The following is a sample response. The snapshot list of the corresponding NAS volume instance is displayed after completing the request.

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

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