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Apsara File Storage NAS:CreateFile

Last Updated:Mar 03, 2024

Creates a directory or file.

Operation description

  • This operation is only available to some users.
  • This operation supports only General-purpose NAS file systems that use the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol and have Resource Access Management (RAM) enabled.

Debugging

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Authorization information

There is currently no authorization information disclosed in the API.

Request parameters

ParameterTypeRequiredDescriptionExample
FileSystemIdstringYes

The ID of the file system.

1ca404****
PathstringYes

The absolute path of the directory or file. The path must start and end with a forward slash (/) and must be 2 to 1024 characters in length.

/test/
TypestringYes

The type of the object. Valid values:

  • File
  • Directory
File
OwnerstringNo

The ID of the portable account. The ID must be a 16-digit string. The string can contain digits and lowercase letters.

378cc7630f26****
OwnerAccessInheritablebooleanNo

Specifies whether to share the directory. Valid values:

  • false (default): does not share the directory.
  • true: shares the directory.
Note
  • This parameter takes effect only if the Type parameter is set to Directory and the Owner parameter is not empty.
  • The permissions on a directory can be inherited by the owner. The owner has read and write permissions on the subdirectories and subfiles created in the directory, even if they are created by others.
  • false

    Response parameters

    ParameterTypeDescriptionExample
    object

    Schema of Response

    RequestIdstring

    The request ID.

    2D69A58F-345C-4FDE-88E4-BF518948****

    Examples

    Sample success responses

    JSONformat

    {
      "RequestId": "2D69A58F-345C-4FDE-88E4-BF518948****"
    }

    Error codes

    For a list of error codes, visit the Service error codes.

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