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cloud:recipe:swift [2019/11/25 08:31]
chudler [Obtain Application Credentials]
cloud:recipe:swift [2020/04/28 12:20] (current)
chudler [Obtain Application Credentials]
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 =====Swift Kickstart with Rclone (demo)===== =====Swift Kickstart with Rclone (demo)=====
  
-**Swift** is in preview mode and should not be used for anything important. The current cluster __will__ be destroyed and data may be removed without notice (([[cloud:​status]])) . Additionally,​ you will need to have a conversation with Techstaff to setup a project scope before you can follow these instructions.+This document is a recipe showing how to use a swift client called [[ https://​rclone.org | RClone ]] for a first-time user.\\ 
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 +**Swift** is in preview mode and should not be used for anything important. The current cluster __will__ be destroyed and data may be removed without notice (([[cloud:​status]])) . Additionally,​ you will need to have a conversation with Techstaff to setup a project scope before you can follow these instructions.\\ 
 +\\ 
 +All of the data fed to the cluster should be also saved elsewhere, and you are advised against relying solely on this service at this time.
 ====Obtain Application Credentials==== ====Obtain Application Credentials====
  
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 First, accept the certificate and login to [[https://​overcloud.cs.uchicago.edu | The Dashboard]] with your CNetID and password. \\ First, accept the certificate and login to [[https://​overcloud.cs.uchicago.edu | The Dashboard]] with your CNetID and password. \\
-**important:​** Write ''​csldap''​ in the ''​domain''​ field of the login page.+**important:​** Write ''​CS Account''​ in the ''​domain''​ field of the login page.
  
 == 2 Create Application Credentials == == 2 Create Application Credentials ==
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 {{cloud:​recipe:​cloud_creds.png?​500}} {{cloud:​recipe:​cloud_creds.png?​500}}
 == 3 Install and Configure rclone == == 3 Install and Configure rclone ==
-[[ https://​rclone.org | RClone ]] is a swift client used as an example in this guide. Download and install rclone using the [[ https://​rclone.org/​install/​ | Install Guide ]]. For this example, rclone binary was unpacked to a unprivileged user directory on the path.\\+[[ https://​rclone.org | RClone ]] is a swift client used as an example in this guide. Download and install rclone using the [[ https://​rclone.org/​install/​ | Install Guide ]]. For this example, rclone binary was simply untared.\\
  
 Configuration of rclone should be simplified as below Configuration of rclone should be simplified as below
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Save your Application Credentials that you downloaded in the previous step, and include them in your shell'​s environment before running rclone:+Save your Application Credentials that you downloaded in the previous step, and include them in your shell'​s environment before running rclone. In the below example, everything that I would like to save is already in a local directory path ''/​home/​chudler/​backup_data''​ . The remote location was named ''​techstaff''​ in the above configuration file. 
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-source ~/​app-cred-swift-backup-test-openrc.sh +source ~/​app-cred-swift-backup-openrc.sh 
-./rclone sync /​home/​chudler/​backup_data techstaff:​backup_current --backup-dir techstaff:​backup_$(date -I)+./​rclone ​--no-check-certificate ​sync /​home/​chudler/​backup_data techstaff:​backup_current --backup-dir techstaff:​backup_$(date -I)
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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