We recommend using s3fs version 1.84 or higher.
s3fs performance depends on the speed of your local disk. Use high-speed disks, especially if you store a lot of small files (several hundred kilobytes each or smaller). To increase s3fs performance, you can enable caching (via the
--use_cache <directory> key). As the s3fs cache can grow indefinitely, please make sure to clear it regularly. Learn more in the s3fs documentation.
Before you start
To install s3fs, follow the instructions in the project repository.
To configure s3fs, save the key ID and secret key to a
~/.passwd-s3fs file in the format
<key ID>:<secret key> and restrict access to the
~/.passwd-s3fs file like this:
echo <key ID>:<secret key> > ~/.passwd-s3fs chmod 600 ~/.passwd-s3fs
Mounting a bucket
Select the folder where you want to mount the bucket and make sure you have permissions to perform the mounting operation.
Run a command like:
s3fs <bucket name> /mount/<folder path> -o passwd_file=~/.passwd-s3fs \ -o url=http://storage.yandexcloud.net -o use_path_request_style
You can configure mounting a bucket at system startup. To do this, open the
/etc/fstab file and add a line in the following format:
s3fs#<bucket name> /mount/<folder path> fuse _netdev,allow_other,use_path_request_style,url=http://storage.yandexcloud.net 0 0
For descriptions of all s3fs parameters, see the project's wiki page on GitHub.