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Resize Azure Cloud Shell storage

Resize Azure Cloud Shell storage

I found myself wanting to resize the amount of storage I had allocated to Azure Cloud Shell, and I wanted to script this out in a repeatable way, as I use various test accounts. It's pretty easy to go hunt down the storage account & set the quota, but this lets me run something once from inside the shell.azure.com itself and skip the lookups / trips to the portal

It's also a fun little example of how to use JMESPath filters with the Azure CLI, which I've found very useful

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Copyright (c) 2018 Noel Bundick

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SIZE_IN_GB=200
STORAGE_ACCOUNT=$(az storage account list --query '[?tags."ms-resource-usage"==`azure-cloud-shell`] | [0].name' -o tsv)
CS_SHARE=$(az storage share list --account-name $STORAGE_ACCT --query '[?starts_with(name, `cs`)] | [0].name' -o tsv)
az storage share update --account-name $STORAGE_ACCOUNT -n $CS_SHARE --quota $SIZE_IN_GB
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