Configuring Object Store¶
Before reading this section, complete the steps in Configuring Persistent Disk Parameters.
You can use the
--object-store flag to configure Pachyderm to use an s3 storage protocol to access the configured object store. This configuration uses the Amazon S3 driver to access your on-premises object store, regardless of the vendor, since the Amazon S3 API is the standard with which every object store is designed to work.
The S3 API has two different extant versions of signature styles, which are how the object store validates client requests. S3v4 is the most current version, but many S3v2 object-store servers are still in use. Because support for S3v2 is scheduled to be deprecated, Pachyderm recommends that you use S3v4 in all deployments.
If you need to access an object store that uses S3v2 signatures, you can specify the
--isS3V2 flag. This parameter configures Pachyderm to use the MinIO driver, which allows the use of the older signature. This
--isS3V2 flag disables SSL for connections to the object store with the
minio driver. You can re-enable it with the
--secure flag. You may also manually edit the
pachyderm-storage-secret Kubernetes manifest.
--object-store flag takes four required configuration arguments. Place these arguments immediately after the persistent disk parameters:
bucket-name: The name of the bucket, without the
s3://prefix or a trailing forward slash (
access-key: The user access ID that is used to access the object store.
secret-key: The associated password that is used with the user access ID to access the object store.
endpoint: The hostname and port that are used to access the object store, in
Example Invocation with a PV and Object Store¶
This example on-premises cluster uses an on-premises MinIO object store with the following configuration parameters:
- An on-premises MinIO object store with the following parameters:
- SSL is enabled
- S3v4 signatures
- The endpoint is
- The access key is
- The secret key is
- A bucket named
The deployment command uses the following flags:
pachctl deploy custom --persistent-disk aws --object-store s3 \ any-string 10 \ pachyderm-bucket 'OBSIJRBE0PP2NO4QOA27' 'tfteSlswRu7BJ86wekitnifILbZam1KYY3TG' 'minio:9000' \ --dynamic-etcd-nodes 1 [optional flags]
deploy custom command ignores the first configuration argument for the
--persistent-disk flag, you can specify any string. For more information, see Configuring Persistent Disk Parameters
After completing the steps described in this section, proceed to Create a Complete Configuration.- Last updated: February 28, 2020 -