WARNING! Garage is not POSIX compatible. Mounting S3 buckets as filesystems will not provide POSIX compatibility. If you are not careful, you will lose or corrupt your data.
Do not use these FUSE filesystems to store any database files (eg. MySQL, Postgresql, Mongo or sqlite), any daemon cache (dovecot, openldap, gitea, etc.), and more generally any software that use locking, advanced filesystems features or make any synchronisation assumption. Ideally, avoid these solutions at all for any serious or production use.
rclone uses the same configuration when used in CLI and mount mode.
We suppose you have the following entry in your
rclone.ini (mine is located in
[garage] type = s3 provider = Other env_auth = false access_key_id = <access key> secret_access_key = <secret key> region = <region> endpoint = <endpoint> force_path_style = true acl = private bucket_acl = private
Then you can mount and access any bucket as follow:
# mount the bucket mkdir /tmp/my-bucket rclone mount --daemon garage:my-bucket /tmp/my-bucket # set your working directory to the bucket cd /tmp/my-bucket # create a file echo hello world > hello.txt # access the file cat hello.txt # unmount the bucket cd fusermount -u /tmp/my-bucket
External link: rclone documentation > rclone mount
External link: s3fs github > README.md
External link: goofys github > README.md
External link: s3backer github > manpage
External link: csi-s3 Github > README.md