models.dir_quota_policy module

class models.dir_quota_policy.DirQuotaPolicy(dir_path=None, dir_walk_pending=None, policy=None, usage_bytes=None)[source]

Bases: object

Implementation of the ‘DirQuotaPolicy’ model.

Specifies a policy configuration for the directory quota. A policy is the sole entity which describes the usage limits of a directory in a view. DirPath is the identifier of a policy. It must be specified for adding, updating or removing a policy. If Policy is not set, then it is considered to be removed.


dir_path (string): Specifies the path of the directory in the view. dir_walk_pending (bool): Denotes directory quota walk is pending or


policy (QuotaPolicy): Specifies a quota limit that can be optionally

applied to Views and View Boxes. At the View level, this quota defines a logical limit for usage on the View. At the View Box level, this quota defines a physical limit or a default logical View limit. If a physical quota is specified for View Box, this quota defines a physical limit for the usage on the View Box. If a default logical View quota is specified for View Box, this limit is inherited by all the Views in that View Box. However, this inherited quota can be overwritten at the View level. A new write is not allowed if the resource will exceed the specified quota. However, it takes time for the Cohesity Cluster to calculate the usage across Nodes, so the limit may be exceeded by a small amount. In addition, if the limit is increased or data is removed, there may be a delay before the Cohesity Cluster allows more data to be written to the resource, as the Cluster calculates the usage across Nodes.

usage_bytes (long|int): Specifies the current usage (in bytes) by the

directory in the view. This is set by the response received from bridge when querying directory quota usage.

classmethod from_dictionary(dictionary)[source]

Creates an instance of this model from a dictionary


dictionary (dictionary): A dictionary representation of the object as obtained from the deserialization of the server’s response. The keys MUST match property names in the API description.


object: An instance of this structure class.