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Modifying Existing Volumes

To modify an existing volume, run the "r1volume mod" command.

By default, the assignment of Control Panel hosts to the volume is disabled.

Note
The "add" and "mod" commands have several common arguments.
Note
If you add --silent to the "add," "mod," or "del" command, the command output will be suppressed.

Read how to edit the existing volumes by means of web interface: Editing Volumes.

--quota

To change the quota for the given volume to the given number of bytes:

--quota=

Note
Default is no quota.

To turn off the quota for the given volume:

--quota=NONE

--name

To set the new name for the given volume:

--name=


 

--max-linux-host

To set the maximum number of Linux hosts that can be assigned to the given volume:

--max-linux-host=

Note
Default is unlimited.
Note
At the time of writing this, --max-windows-host and --max-linux-cp options have not worked yet.

--user

To grant the given user access to the given volume:

--user=

--user --remove

To revoke the given user access to the given volume:

--user= --remove

--control-panel-enabled

To enable the assignment of Control Panel hosts to the given volume:

--control-panel-enabled

--no-control-panel 

To disable the assignment of Control Panel hosts to the given volume:

--no-control-panel-enabled

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