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List VM Disks

Published: October 19, 2012

Updated: November 1, 2013

Applies To: System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator, System Center 2012 SP1 - Orchestrator

The List VM Disks activity retrieves a list of the disks in your image repository. It is part of the Azure Virtual Machine Disks category activity.

The activity publishes all of the data from the required and optional properties into published data. The following tables list the required and optional properties and published data for this activity.

List VM Disks Required Properties

There are no required properties for this runbook activity.

List VM Disks Optional Properties

There are no optional properties for this runbook activity.

List VM Disks Published Data

 

Element

Description

Value type

Affinty Group

The affinity group in which the disk is located. The AffinityGroup value is derived from storage account that contains the blob in which the media is located.

String

Attached To Deployment

The deployment in which the disk is being used.

String

Attached To Cloud service

The cloud service in which the disk is being used.

String

Attached To VM Instance

The virtual machine that the disk is attached to.

String

Disk Has OS?

Specifies whether the disk contains an operation system.

Boolean

Disk Size in GB

The size, in GB, of the disk.

Integer

Is Corrupted

Returns whether there is a consistency failure detected with this disk.

Boolean

Label

Specifies the description of the disk.

String

Location

The geo-location in which the disk is located. The Location value is derived from storage account that contains the blob in which the disk is located.

String

Media Link

Specifies the location of the blob in Windows Azure blob store where the media for the disk is located.

String

Name

The name of the disk. 

String

OS Type

The operating system type of the disk.

String

Raw XML Body

The raw XML output returned by Windows Azure for this operation.

String

Source Image Name

The name of the OS Image from which the disk was created. 

String

See Also

 
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