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Started and tested a multi-server seaweedFS setup as below which is working great:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-16 at 11:31
Solved it by hand-rolling a systemd service.
For each node do: (obviously, replace with your own weed specific commands)
I have 2 questions concerning a Seaweedfs cluster we have running. The leader is started with the following command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-30 at 17:26
Question 1: Added a fix https://github.com/chrislusf/seaweedfs/commit/56244fb9a13c75616aa8a9232c62d1b896906e98
Question 2: Likely related to master leadership changes.
I'm really interested in TTL feature for files found in Seaweedfs. The only missing part in my understanding is interaction with S3 and on the volume level. Currently my app is using S3 libraries to interact with the storage. It writes a lot of small files, which are never rewritten, but being accessed for time to time. Also I need to keep only x days of the written data, while older entries should be removed. Seaweedfs looks like a perfect solution to me. But as far as I understand the docs, I can only set TTL using it's own API.
So here's my two questions:
- Can I somehow set the TTL for a file using S3 abstraction layer?
- If not, can I have default TTL value for say per bucket (or volume, I guess) or per cluster?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-20 at 20:38
Currently not. This can be a good feature to add.
I just working with
SeaweedFS for a few days and I want to create
multiple master and volume and filer in docker-compose so I just do that this way:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-25 at 02:11
The files are stored to where it is configured. In the above example, the data is under
./2, and filer is default to
BTW: The docker-compose file only has 2 masters. The filer is using 3 masters.
I was searching file storage lib for store my big datas. So I've found SeaweedFS and it looks very good for my project. I use windows bash for test on my localhost but I got error based on timeout issue.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-13 at 16:26
After first run you've to change some configurations which defaults not for your localhost.
I've installed the last SeaweedFS version (
version 30GB 1.72 linux amd64) using docker-compose, I'm running
All the system seems to work OK, I can upload and download files, however the API response when I query on a directory is different that the response showed in the official doc.
For instance, when I query the
/dir1 directory with the command:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-19 at 18:59
- Documentation not there yet. The REST API is not used internally. Use gRPC for more advanced usages.
- Mode follows os.Mode https://golang.org/pkg/os/#FileMode. Use os.ModeDir to determine file or directory.
- Chunks may have overlaps. Use the highest watermark for file size.
No vulnerabilities reported
Download the latest binary from https://github.com/chrislusf/seaweedfs/releases and unzip a single binary file weed or weed.exe
Run weed server -dir=/some/data/dir -s3 to start one master, one volume server, one filer, and one S3 gateway.
Step 1: install go on your machine and setup the environment by following the instructions at:. make sure you set up your $GOPATH.
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