Edit or Delete a Storage Account with CloudBerry Drive

To perform actions listed in this paragraph properly you need to start the command line interface under local administrative account.

  1. Click on the Windows Start button.

  2. Type cmd.exe in the search line to run the Windows console, then press Enter.

  3. Change you current folder to the CloudBerry Drive installation folder. Type: cd "C:\Program Files\CloudBerryLab\CloudBerry Drive"

  4. To delete an account, type: cbd.exe deleteAccount accountName

Note: you can delete multiple accounts with one command. To do this type names of accounts you want to delete using separation with commas.

  1. To edit an Amazon S3 account, type:

~cbd.exe editAccount -d account_display_name -n new_display_name -st S3 -ac accesskey -sk secretkey -ssl yes/no`

  1. To edit an S3-like cloud storage account, type:

cbd.exe editAccount -d account_display_name -n new_account_name -st storageType -ac accesskey -sk secretkey -sp servicePoint ssl yes/no

  1. To edit an OpenStack-based cloud storage account, type:

cbd.exe editAccount -d account_display_name -new_display_name -st storageType -ac username -sk apikey -as authService -ssl yes/no

  1. To edit a Microsoft Azure account, type:

cbd.exe editAccount -d account_display_name -n new_display_name -st Azure -ac account -sk sharedkey -ssl yes/no

  1. To edit a Google Cloud Storage account, type:

`cbd.exe editAccount -d account_display_name -n new_display_name -st Google -ac accesskey -sk secretkey -ssl yes/no

Parameters

  • -d Specifies display name, can be any of your choice
  • -n new display name
  • -st Specifies storage type, can be one of the following: S3, Azure, Google, Scality, Dunkel, Tiscali, HostEurope, DreamObjects, Seeweb, Connectria, Walrus, Mezeo, OpenStack, RackSpace, Clodo, HPCloud, Haylix, GreenQloud
  • -ac Specifies accessKey, account, queryID or userName depending on a storage you are registering. "Access Key" for Amazon S3 storage; "Account" for Azure storage; "Query ID" for Walrus storage; "User Name" for OpenStack, Rackspace, Clodo and HPCloud storage
  • -sk Specifies secretKey, sharedKey or apiKey depending on a storage you are registering. "Secret Key" for Amazon S3 storage; "Shared key" for Azure storage; or "Api Key" for OpenStack, Rackspace, Clodo or HPCloud storage
  • -sp (optional) Used for service point for AmazonS3-like storage accounts
  • -as (optional) Used for authentication service for OpenStack-based cloud storage accounts
  • -ssl Enables or disables SSL. By default SSL is set to "no"

You can learn more about parametrs for addDrive by entering the following commands:

cbd.exe editAccount -?

cbd.exe deleteAccount -?