This page shows you how to spawn a Pydio application with Object Storage.
Pydio is an open source software solution for file sharing and synchronization. With intuitive user interfaces (web/mobile/desktop).
The Pydio application will store files in our Object Storage to you have an highly available and unlimited storage.
There are four steps to deploy the Pydio application:
1 . Click Create Server button in the left side menu.
2 . On the server creation page, enter information for your server:
3 . Once your server information are complete, select Ubuntu Bionic Beaver on the operating system tab.
4 . Click Create Server on the right bottom of the server creation page which will launch your server
When your server is running, you can see the server’s IP address in the server list on the control panel. Connect to the server via SSH and prepare the installation of Pydio:
1 . Configure the repository of Pydio and update the arp cache:
apt-get install apt-transport-https echo "deb https://download.pydio.com/pub/linux/debian/ bionic main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/pydio.list wget -qO - https://download.pydio.com/pub/linux/debian/key/pubkey | apt-key add - apt-get update
2 . Install Pydio and its requirements:
apt-get install pydio apt-get install pydio-all apt-get install php-xml php-dom mariadb-server
3 . Initialize the MariaDB database server:
4 . Create the database and user account for Pydio:
mysql -u root -p CREATE DATABASE pydio; CREATE USER "pydio" IDENTIFIED BY "secret_password"; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON pydio.* TO "pydio";
5 . Quit the MariaDB client by tpying
6 . Open the file
/usr/share/pydio/plugins/access.s3/manifest.xml and add a
nl-ams Region to it:
[...] <server_settings> [...] <param name="REGION" group="CONF_MESSAGE[Location]" type="select" choices="nl-ams|Scaleway AMS, [...] label="CONF_MESSAGE[Region]" description="CONF_MESSAGE[S3 storage region]" mandatory="false"/> [...]
1 . Open your web browser and type
http://YOUR_SERVER_IP/pydio to start the configuration of Pydio.
2 . Configure the admin user:
Pydio stores its configuration in a MySQL database. Enter the credentials of the database that you have created before.
The application let you customize some global parameters, like the language that is used by default:
Click on the button to complete the installation.
Pydio is now installed and ready to use. Enter the username and password you set during the configuration and login
1 . Click the Storage button in the Scaleway control panel.
2 . Click Create a Bucket to create a bucket for Pydio to store files inside.
3 . Name your bucket and validate your bucket creation (a bucket name must contain only alphanumeric and lowercase characters)
4 . Generate an API Token to have the required
5 . In Pydio, click on the three dots, to display the menu, then click on Settings.
6 . Move the curser to the left edge of the page, to display the menu and click on Workspaces followed by + Workspace.
7 . Click on Workspace based by… Driver, select ** S3 Amazon Web Service as driver and fill-in with your the details of your API token.
8 . Scroll down to the Custom Storage section and fill in the information about the storage endpoint:
9 . Submit, once all your inputs are complete
You now have a new workspace using Object Storage that allows you to have an highly available and unlimited storage.