I am testing AZURE with FreeBSD 10.3. FreeBSD is up and running, configured, can connect remotely to it, but it has limited storage. I would like to attach another disk / mount point in order to have ~1TB space available for pretty big SVN repo, however I cannot find the way to achieve that. In the resource groups I have storage account called svn1, and in that storage account I have 4 options: blobs, files, tables and queues.
From what I understand I should then use files, so I created shared file service called sharedfiles with quota set to 1TB.
Now if I click on connect I get:
> sudo mount -t cifs //svn1.file.core.windows.net/sharedfiles [mount point] -o vers=3.0,username=svn1,password=[storage account access key],dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777
as the linux command to mount that resource.
My questions are
- How this command can be translated to FreeBSD?
I tried a few different ways based on mount_smbfs but non of them was successful.
- Is this the right way to mount extra volume(s) from AZURE in FreeBSD?
- I was thinking of starting PostgreSQL DB and ideally I would like to store its data on separate SSD volume / mount point. How to achieve that?
Thanks for your help