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Friday 26 June 2020

Powershell script to create OS disk in azure from storage account blob image file (vhd)

Powershell script to create OS disk in azure from storage account blob image file (vhd)


#Provide the subscription Id where Managed Disks will be created
$subscriptionId = 'd7x2bxx8-62xe-4xdx-xa8x-20x0x3x2x5xx'

#Provide the name of your resource group where Managed Disks will be created. 
$resourceGroupName ='MYResourceGroupName'

#Provide the name of the Managed Disk
$diskName = 'Project_Disk2'

#Provide the size of the disks in GB. It should be greater than the VHD file size.
$diskSize = '90'

#Provide the storage type for Managed Disk. PremiumLRS or StandardLRS.
$storageType = 'Premium_LRS'

#Provide the Azure region (e.g. westus) where Managed Disk will be located.
#This location should be same as the storage account where VHD file is stored
#Get all the Azure location using command below:
#Get-AzLocation
$location = 'ukwest'

#Provide the URI of the VHD file (page blob) in a storage account. Please not that this is NOT the SAS URI of the storage container where VHD file is stored. 
#e.g. https://contosostorageaccount1.blob.core.windows.net/vhds/contosovhd123.vhd
#Note: VHD file can be deleted as soon as Managed Disk is created.
$sourceVHDURI = 'https://sanjeebojha.blob.core.windows.net/myproject/myoriginalVM.vhd'

#Provide the resource Id of the storage account where VHD file is stored.
#e.g. /subscriptions/6472s1g8-h217-446b-b509-314e17e1efb0/resourceGroups/MDDemo/providers/Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts/contosostorageaccount
#This is an optional parameter if you are creating managed disk in the same subscription
$storageAccountId = '/subscriptions/d7x2bxx8-62xe-4xdx-xa8x-20x0x3x2x5xx/resourceGroups/MYResourceGroupName/providers/Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts/sanjeebojha'

#Set the context to the subscription Id where Managed Disk will be created
Select-AzSubscription -SubscriptionId $SubscriptionId

$diskConfig = New-AzDiskConfig -AccountType $storageType -OsType Windows -Location $location -CreateOption Import -StorageAccountId $storageAccountId -SourceUri $sourceVHDURI 

New-AzDisk -Disk $diskConfig -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName -DiskName $diskName

Convert Premium SSD to Standard HDD in Azure

Powershell script to convert Premium SSD disk to standard HDD 


# Name of the resource group that contains the VM
$rgName = 'MYResourceGroupName'

# Name of the your virtual machine
$vmName = 'MyVirtualMachineName'

# Choose between Standard_LRS and Premium_LRS based on your scenario
$storageType = 'Standard_LRS'

# Premium capable size
# Required only if converting storage from Standard to Premium
#$size = 'Standard_DS2_v2'


#Provide the subscription Id where Managed Disks will be created
$subscriptionId = 'd7x2bxx8-62xe-4xdx-xa8x-20x0x3x2x5xx'

Select-AzSubscription -SubscriptionId $SubscriptionId



# Stop and deallocate the VM before changing the size
Stop-AzVM -ResourceGroupName $rgName -Name $vmName -Force

$vm = Get-AzVM -Name $vmName -resourceGroupName $rgName

# Change the VM size to a size that supports Premium storage
# Skip this step if converting storage from Premium to Standard
#$vm.HardwareProfile.VmSize = $size
#Update-AzVM -VM $vm -ResourceGroupName $rgName

# Get all disks in the resource group of the VM
$vmDisks = Get-AzDisk -ResourceGroupName $rgName 

# For disks that belong to the selected VM, convert to Premium storage
foreach ($disk in $vmDisks)
{
if ($disk.ManagedBy -eq $vm.Id)
{
$diskUpdateConfig = New-AzDiskUpdateConfig –AccountType $storageType
Update-AzDisk -DiskUpdate $diskUpdateConfig -ResourceGroupName $rgName `
-DiskName $disk.Name
}
}

Start-AzVM -ResourceGroupName $rgName -Name $vmName

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