1. Open machine's terminal.
2. Execute following command with root privileges (make sure to use UID used initially):
acronis-storage-registration -u USERNAME -p PASSWORD -s HOST -a GATEWAYADDRESS -i "UID" -o "/etc/pki/tls/certs/Acronis/storage/"
USERNAME is partner administrator login
PASSWORD is partner administrator password
HOST is the web address of Acronis Cyber Cloud management console. ( <Datacenter>-cloud.acronis.com by default, e.g. us-cloud.acronis.com)
GATEWAYADDRESS is the public DNS name and port of this gateway, as specified in the gateway configuration (for example, storage.example.com:44445)
UID is an identifier of the storage. Since Acronis Data Cloud 7.7, it is not displayed on the console.
Hint: to make sure same UID is used you may find initial registration command by executing following command:
# history | grep acronis-storage-registration
Another way to find out the correct UID is by running API request:
<Datacenter>-cloud.acronis.com/api/1/<your partner group id>/storages
Find the storage and the correct UID for this storage.
3. Ignore the "HTTP Error 404: Not Found" error message.
4. Set correct ownership to the folder with certificates:
chown -R acronis:acronis /etc/pki/tls/certs/Acronis/storage/