Persisting state to attached disks in Azure Service Fabric

I can create a virtual machine scale set with attached disks, thereby adding virtually unlimited cheap storage potential to my cluster. However, by default Azure Service Fabric stores all its data on the OS drive. How can I override that?

CORRECTION: Azure Service Fabric stores its data on the temporary disk (the D: drive), not the OS disk. I still desire the ability to select a different (larger) disk.

My service is not a good candidate for "packing" yet -- at this time I do not have a mix of compute-heavy and storage-heavy services that could share a larger VM size, and cost is the primary concern.


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13.11.2016, 00:19

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