Can the "url" repository type be used as a "ready only" repo for the s3 repository?


(José de Zárate) #1

the "url" type is used in combination with the "fs" type. some machines can
write/read snapshots to a "fs" type repository, and same machines can only
read for a "url" repository which points to the same location the "fs"
repository points at.

Is this behavior by any chance possible using S3 repositories???

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(David Pilato) #2

You mean that you want to snapshot your data to S3 and then expose your SNAPSHOT on http, right?

I think, but I might be wrong that in that case, using a fs repository to read your http SNAPSHOT (even if it had been build with S3) should work.

But may be I misunderstood your case here???

I hope this help

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Le 19 juin 2014 à 17:32:17, JoeZ99 (jzarate@gmail.com) a écrit:

the "url" type is used in combination with the "fs" type. some machines can write/read snapshots to a "fs" type repository, and same machines can only read for a "url" repository which points to the same location the "fs" repository points at.

Is this behavior by any chance possible using S3 repositories???

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