Move a disk pool (preview) to a different subscription
Moving an Azure disk pool (preview) involves moving the disk pool itself, the disks contained in the disk pool, the disk pool's managed resource group, and all the resources contained in the managed resource group. Currently, Azure doesn't support moving multiple resource groups to another subscription at once.
- Export the template of your existing disk pool.
- Delete the old disk pool.
- Move the Azure resources necessary to create a disk pool.
- Redeploy the disk pool.
Export your existing disk pool template
To make the redeployment process simpler, export the template from your existing disk pool. You can use this template to redeploy the disk pool in a subscription of your choice, with the same configuration. See this article to learn how to export a template from a resource.
Delete the old disk pool
Now that you've exported the template, delete the old disk pool. Deleting the disk pool removes the disk pool resource and its managed resource group. See this article for guidance on how to delete a disk pool.
Move your disks and virtual network
Now that the disk pool is deleted, you can move the virtual network and your disks, and potentially your clients, to the subscription you want to change to. See this article to learn how to move Azure resources to another subscription.
Redeploy your disk pool
Once you've moved your other resources into the subscription, update the template of your old disk pool so that all the references to your disks, virtual network, subnet, and clients, all now point to their new resource URIs. Once you've done that, redeploy the template to the new subscription. To learn how to edit and deploy a template, see this article.
To learn how to manage your disk pool, see Manage a disk pool.