How to configure static website using Nginx with MinIO ?
4. Create a bucket:
$ mc mb myminio/static Bucket created successfully ‘myminio/static’.
The following command will install the latest version of REX-Ray to /usr/bin/rexray on Linux systems:
$ sudo apt install s3fs $ curl -sSL https://dl.bintray.com/emccode/rexray/install | sh
Depending on the Linux distribution REX-Ray will be registered as either a SystemD or SystemV service.
REX-Ray requires a configuration file for storing details used to communicate with storage providers. This can include authentication credentials and driver specific configuration options. After REX-Ray has been installed, copy and paste the contents below to a new file on the host at
/etc/rexray/config.yml to configure s3fs storage driver.
This document provides instructions on how to serve a GlusterFS volume across multiple Minio instances. There are no special configuration changes required to enable this feature. Access to files stored on GlusterFS volume are locked and synchronized by default.
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|# This version makes a GET request and passes the signature|
|# in the Authorization header.|
|import sys, os, base64, datetime, hashlib, hmac, urllib|
|from minio.signer import presign_v4|
|from minio.helpers import get_target_url|
|from minio.credentials import Credentials, Static|
|# You can set MTU value here. If left undefined or empty, it will|
|# not be specified in calico CNI config, so Calico will use built-in|
|# defaults. The value should be a number, not a string.|
|# Configure the MTU to use for workload interfaces and tunnels.|
|# - If Wireguard is enabled, set to your network MTU - 60|
|# - Otherwise, if VXLAN or BPF mode is enabled, set to your network MTU - 50|
|# - Otherwise, if IPIP is enabled, set to your network MTU - 20|
|# - Otherwise, if not using any encapsulation, set to your network MTU.|
We recommend using
local Persistent Volumes as the backing storage for MinIO StatefulSets. MinIO
creates a distributed, resilient, failure tolerant storage system on
local PVs. There is no explicit dependency on external distributed file systems or CSI vendors.
This document explains how to create
local PVs. Once you create these PVs, MinIOInstance PVCs should automatically bind to these PVs.
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