Creates a container or file share.
Create a container or file share represented by the given resource URL.
azcopy make [resourceURL] [flags]
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azcopy make "https://[account-name].[blob,file,dfs].core.windows.net/[top-level-resource-name]"
|-h, --help||Show help content for the make command.|
|--quota-gb uint32||Specifies the maximum size of the share in gigabytes (GB), zero means you accept the file service's default quota.|
Options inherited from parent commands
|--cap-mbps float||Caps the transfer rate, in megabits per second. Moment-by-moment throughput might vary slightly from the cap. If this option is set to zero, or it is omitted, the throughput isn't capped.|
|--output-type string||Format of the command's output. The choices include: text, json. The default value is "text".|
|--trusted-microsoft-suffixes string||Specifies additional domain suffixes where Azure Active Directory login tokens may be sent. The default is '.core.windows.net;.core.chinacloudapi.cn;.core.cloudapi.de;.core.usgovcloudapi.net'. Any listed here are added to the default. For security, you should only put Microsoft Azure domains here. Separate multiple entries with semi-colons.|