This guide covers the steps to set up your ObjectiveFS filesystem with MinIO object store.
Download and install the MinIO Server.
Set up DNS for your test domain
a. Make sure these domains resolve to the IP address of your MinIO server when queried through the DNS server specified in
b. In this guide, we use
example.com as the test domain. You can replace any reference to
example.com with your own test domain.
Start the MinIO server.
This example uses port
8080, but you can replace it with any free port.
# MINIO_DOMAIN=example.com minio server –address example.com:8080 /tmp/minio
Configure objectivefs and set AWS_DEFAULT_REGION to
$ sudo mount.objectivefs config Enter ObjectiveFS license: <your ObjectiveFS license> Enter Access Key Id: <your MinIO access key> Enter Secret Access Key: <your MinIO secret key> Enter Default Region (optional): http://example.com:8080
Create your filesystem (one-time only).
$ sudo mount.objectivefs create <your filesystem name> Passphrase (for s3://<filesystem>): <your passphrase> Verify passphrase (for s3://<filesystem>): <your passphrase>
Mount your filesystem.
You need an existing empty directory to mount your file system, e.g.
The ObjectiveFS process will run in the background.
$ sudo mkdir /ofs $ sudo mount.objectivefs <your filesystem name> /ofs Passphrase (for s3://<filesystem>): <your passphrase>
last updated by ObjectiveFS staff, July 7, 2019
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