models.filesystem_volume module

class models.filesystem_volume.FilesystemVolume(disks=None, display_name=None, filesystem_type=None, filesystem_uuid=None, is_supported=None, logical_volume=None, logical_volume_type=None, name=None, volume_guid=None)[source]

Bases: object

Implementation of the ‘FilesystemVolume’ model.

Specifies information about a filesystem volume.

disks (list of Disk): Array of Disks and Partitions. Specifies

information about all the disks and partitions needed to mount this logical volume.

display_name (string): Specifies a description about the filesystem. filesystem_type (string): Specifies type of the filesystem on this


filesystem_uuid (string): Specifies the uuid of the filesystem. is_supported (bool): If true, this is a supported filesystem volume


logical_volume (LogicalVolume): Specify attributes for a kLMV (Linux)

or kLDM (Windows) filesystem. This field is set only for kLVM and kLDM volume types.

logical_volume_type (LogicalVolumeTypeEnum): Specifies the type of

logical volume such as kSimpleVolume, kLVM or kLDM. ‘kSimpleVolume’ indicates a simple volume. Data can be used by just mounting the only one partition present on the disk. ‘kLVM’ indicates a logical volume on Linux managed by a Logical Volume Manager. In order to access the data, deviceTree must be created based on the specification in logicalVolume.deviceTree. ‘kLDM’ indicates a logical volume on Windows managed by Logical Disk Manager.

name (string): Specifies the name of the volume such as /C. volume_guid (string): VolumeGuid is the Volume guid. This is populated

for kPhysical environments.

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.