AWS CLI

Before You Start

Configuration Steps

  1. Install the AWS CLI as described in the AWS documentation.
  2. Verify that the AWS CLI is installed:
    aws --version
  3. Configure AWS CLI. Use the aws configure command to configure your credentials file:
    aws configure --profile <name-your-profile>
    
    # AWS Access Key ID: YOUR-PACHYDERM-AUTH-TOKEN
    # AWS Secret Access Key: YOUR-PACHYDERM-AUTH-TOKEN
    # Default region name:
    # Default output format [None]:
Note

Note that the --profile flag (named profiles) is optional. If not used, your access information will be stored in the default profile.

To reference a given profile when using the S3 client, append --profile <name-your-profile> at the end of your command.

Verify Setup

To verify your setup, you can check the list of filesystem objects on the master branch of your repository.

aws --endpoint-url http://<localhost_or_externalIP>:30600/ s3 ls s3://master.<repo>.<project>