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azurite: Use an existing [l]ocation as workspace path.
$ azurite ${select} ${path-to-directory}
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The command "azurite" is usually related to the Azurite Storage Emulator, which is a tool for emulating the Azure Blob, Queue, and Table storage services locally on your development machine.

The command "azurite ${select} ${path-to-directory}" is a way to initialize and run the Azurite Storage Emulator with specific options.

  • "${select}" refers to the specific service you want to emulate. It could be "blob", "queue", or "table" to emulate Azure Blob storage, Azure Queue storage, or Azure Table storage respectively.
  • "${path-to-directory}" specifies the directory where the emulated service's data will be stored. This directory acts as the storage location for the emulated service's data.

By providing these arguments and executing the command, the Azurite Storage Emulator will start emulating the selected service using the specified directory to store the data.

Please note that this explanation assumes the context of using the Azurite Storage Emulator. The exact usage and options can vary based on the specific implementation or tool you are using.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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