Mount OCI Object Storage as File System on Linux

Now you can mount Oracle Object Storage as a File System to your using s3fs util on Oracle Linux.

Step 1: Before installing s3fs-fuse, enable the oracle epel repo.

Step 2: Install s3fs-fuse utility

Step 3: Generate customer secret keys

Step 4: Echo the Access Key : Secret Key to the .passwd-s3fs file in your home directory and provide user permission

Step 5: Once the password file is created then mount your bucket to the mount directory using the s3fs mount command

Step 6: Once the mount is complete you can verify the files listed in the mount directory

Once the bucket is mounted you can copy/paste to and from mounted location and files will be synced!!

About Author:

Phani Turlapati is a Cloud Engineer at Oracle Inc. He’s been with Oracle for over 3 years. He started out at Solution engineering hub at Oracle focusing on various design solutions to help customer to value-add to their businesses. He’s a part of Database Team focusing on all things database. Prior to Oracle he had worked as Software Engineer developing application on Java Platform.

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