S3 as Storage backend¶
I chose S3 when initializing the repository!¶
This section assumes you chose S3 when bootstrapping the instance.
If you are reading this section, you are lucky! You will only have to perform a few configuration changes.
Bucket and data location¶
A default bucket (
default) is created automatically in your minio container. This bucket will be used as the default files' location for your InvenioRDM instance.
If you want to change the bucket name, open a shell window and type
pipenv run invenio files location s3-default s3://new-bucket --default. You will also need to manually create the new bucket in minio or your S3 storage system. The new bucket will only be used for new records or drafts (existing drafts and records will use
Set your credentials¶
The last step is to set your credentials so your instance can authenticate against the S3 container.
By default, the
ROOT_USER and the
ROOT_USER_PASSWORD of MinIO are "CHANGE_ME". For security reasons, you should change them. This will require you to:
- Stop your services by using the CLI:
invenio-cli services stop(Or stop only your minio container).
- In the
docker-services.yamlfile change the
- Update the credentials in the
invenio.cfgfile: The root user value corresponds to
S3_ACCESS_KEY_IDand the password to
- Start your services:
invenio-cli services start.
It's done! Ready to roll!