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OpenStack Swift Extension for OpenIO SDS
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openio/sds-ext-swift Dockerfile

This image provides an easy way to run an OpenStack Swift gateway using an OpenIO SDS backend.
It deploys and configure OpenStack Keystone and OpenStack Swift gateway and the services needed.

How to use this image

This container requires you to run the [OpenIO SDS Docker image] ( You need the IP address of this image to connect the OpenStack Swift gateway to the OpenIO SDS backend.

Keep it simple

Start the image providing the openio/sds container IP address:

docker run -ti --tty -e OIOPROXY_IPADDR= openio/sds-ext-swift

Using host network interface

You can start an instance using Docker host mode networking, it allows you to access the services outside your container. You cant specify the interface or the IP you want to use.

Setting the interface:

docker run -ti --tty --net=host -e OIOPROXY_IPADDR= -e OPENIO_IFDEV=enp0s8 openio/sds-ext-swift

Specifying the IP:

docker run -ti --tty --net=host -e OIOPROXY_IPADDR= -e OPENIO_IPADDR= openio/sds-ext-swift

OpenStack Swift & AWS S3

OpenStack Swift CLI

OpenStack Swift Client is installed inside the container. Here is a short bootstrap to test your installation.
Full documentation is available on the OpenStack website.

Source the provided file:

# . keystonerc_demo

View the default account informations:

# swift stat

Create a container in your demo account:

# swift post my_container

List your files containers:

# swift list

Upload a file in a container:

# swift upload my_container /etc/redhat-release

List your files in your container:

# swift list my_container

Amazon AWS S3

The AWS CLI provided in the box.
Full Documentation is available on the AWS Documentation website.

Load the provided Swift authentication file (in the homedir) and create your S3 credentials, then save the AWS keys:

# . keystonerc_demo
# keystone ec2-credentials-create

Configure your AWS credentials and configuration:

# mkdir ~/.aws
# vi ~/.aws/credentials
# vi ~/.aws/config

s3 =
  max_concurrent_requests = 20
  max_queue_size = 1000
  multipart_threshold = 10GB
  multipart_chunksize = 16MB

Put a file in your demo bucket:

# aws --endpoint-url http://localhost:6007 --no-verify-ssl s3 cp /etc/magic s3://demo

List files in your bucket:

# aws --endpoint-url http://localhost:6007 --no-verify-ssl s3 ls s3://demo
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Comments (1)
a year ago

The command lines references openio/openio-sds-ext-swift - the name is actually openio/sds-ext-swift.