Enterprise Plan Feature
ObjectiveFS supports on-premise object stores such as Ceph, Cloudian, Hitachi HGST, etc. This guide describes how to use ObjectiveFS with on-premise object stores.
Configure your object store
Verify that your object store accepts bucket names of the form
<bucket>.<object store hostname> (e.g.
Configure your credentials (one-time setup)
# mount.objectivefs config Enter ObjectiveFS license: <your ObjectiveFS license> Enter Access Key Id: <object store access key> Enter Secret Access Key: <object store secret key> Enter Default Region: http://<object store hostname> #e.g. http://s3.example.com
Create a filesystem in bucket
# mount.objectivefs create myfs
Mount a filesystem
/mnt in the background (log output is in syslog)
# mount.objectivefs myfs /mnt
List all objectivefs filesystems
# mount.objectivefs list
http_proxypointing to your stunnel connection.
<bucket>.<object store hostname>), but not path-style naming.
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Last updated by ObjectiveFS staff, July 11, 2020
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