One of the great points of AWS’s S3 is that you can get notifications about objects being uploaded/deleted/changed/etc. Turns out Minio can do that too! See https://docs.min.io/docs/minio-bucket-notification-guide.html for details. A quick test using nsq as queue manager worked. Start nsq as Docker container (on hosts t620.lan): Configure Minio: Restart the minio server. It’ll now showContinue reading “Minio S3 and Events”
It’s no straightforward to use Minio’s S3 server as back-end for DSM’s Cloud Sync. Here how to make it work: Enable minio with TLS You can now access this storage via https://cubie.lan:9000. Note the MINIO_DOMAIN which enables access to buckets via BUCKET.cubie.lan instead of cubie.lan/BUCKET. Cloud Sync and Minio’s S3 In DSM open Cloud Sync,Continue reading “Synology’s DSM and Minio’s S3”
My NAS is a Synology DS212 and it can do https. But to make it use my own CA’s certificate, a bit extra work is needed: Add my own root CA’s Certificate Use our own TLS Certificate Create certificate DSM → Control Panel → Security → Certificate → Add. Then Configure and use the newContinue reading “HTTPS on Synology’s DSM”
One of the better articles about the various types of volumes in Kubernetes is here and the 2nd part is here. Covers pretty much everything you need to know as a user.