In our previous post, we have Setup Minio Server which is a self-hosted alternative to Amazon's S3 Service.
We will go through some basic examples on working with the Python SDK, to interact with Minio.
Installing the Minio Python Library:
Ensure that Python and Pip is installed, the install the Python Minio Library:
$ virtualenv -p /usr/local/bin/python2.7 .venv $ source .venv/bin/activate (.venv)$ pip install minio
Create a Bucket:
Enter the Python Interpreter and Create a S3 Bucket on your Minio Server:
>>> from minio import Minio >>> client = Minio('10.0.0.2:9000', access_key='ASDASDASD', secret_key='ASDASDASD', secure=False) >>> client.make_bucket('pythonbucket', location='us-west-1')
I have also created a bucket from my previous post, so we should have 2 buckets:
>>> buckets = client.list_buckets() >>> for bucket in buckets: ... print(bucket).name ... news3bucket pythonbucket
Put Objects to your Bucket:
Write a string to a file, then upload the file to 2 different destination objects. The arguments is: BucketName, Destination, Source.
>>> data = open('file.txt', 'w') >>> data.write('This is some text' + '\n') >>> data.close() >>> client.fput_object('pythonbucket', 'bucket/contents/file.txt', 'file.txt') '6b8c327f0fc6f470c030a5b6c71154c5' >>> client.fput_object('pythonbucket', 'bucket/contents/file2.txt', 'file.txt') '6b8c327f0fc6f470c030a5b6c71154c5'
List Objects in your Bucket:
List the objects in your bucket:
>>> objects = client.list_objects('pythonbucket', prefix='bucket/contents/', recursive=True) >>> for obj in objects: >>> for obj in objects: ... print(obj.object_name, obj.size) ... ('bucket/contents/file.txt', 18) ('bucket/contents/file2.txt', 18)
Remove Objects from your Bucket:
Remove the objects from your Bucket, the list your bucket to verify that they are removed:
>>> client.remove_object('pythonbucket', 'bucket/contents/file.txt') >>> client.remove_object('pythonbucket', 'bucket/contents/file2.txt') >>> for obj in objects: ... print(obj.object_name, obj.size) ... >>>
Remove the Bucket:
Remove the Bucket that we created:
>>> client.remove_bucket('pythonbucket') >>> exit()
Minio has some great documentation, for more information on their SDK:
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