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ARM template for custom storage #34772

w0ut0 opened this issue Jul 9, 2019 — with · 3 comments

ARM template for custom storage #34772

w0ut0 opened this issue Jul 9, 2019 — with · 3 comments


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@w0ut0 w0ut0 commented Jul 9, 2019 — with

I'm deploying my custom container in Azure App Service on Linux.
I can mount my blob storage container using the Azure portal and using the CLI, but I can't find any reference to the correct ARM template to use.
Is it possible to provide an alternative to the Azure CLI command in the form of an ARM template?

thank you,

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@w0ut0 w0ut0 commented Jul 9, 2019

I found a reference to the ARM template on the this thread, however I can't get the template to work (and neither can the topic starter it seems?).

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@BryanTrach-MSFT BryanTrach-MSFT commented Jul 9, 2019

@w0ut0 Thanks for the feedback! We are currently investigating and will update you shortly.

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@Grace-MacJones-MSFT Grace-MacJones-MSFT commented Jul 9, 2019

Hi @w0ut0, we need to do deeper analysis on this issue. Can you please reach out to us at with your subscription ID, site name, and timeframe of when you tried to mount the drive and it failed? Also, please include this post's URL in the email.

Since we will be working on this issue offline, we will now proceed to close this thread. If there are further questions regarding this matter, please tag me in your reply. We will gladly continue the discussion and we will reopen the issue.

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