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S3 Screen

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Last Modified 2022-05-20 14:12 EDT
Having large numbers of files (>100K for instance) in a single bucket with no sub-directories can harm performance and cause stability issues.

Use the S3 screen to configure your TrueNAS S3 service.

ServicesS3Options

The SAVE button activates after entering the required settings.

CANCEL closes the S3 screen without saving changes and displays the Services screen.

S3 Configuration Options

NameDescription
IP Address Select an IP address from the dropdown list options 0.0.0.0, ::, or enter the IP address that runs the S3 service. Select 0.0.0.0 to tell the server to listen on all addresses. Select the TrueNAS IP address to constrain it to a specific network.
PortEnter a static port for the MinIO web console. Default is 9001.
Console PortEnter the TCP port that provides the S3 service.
Access KeyEnter the S3 access ID. See Access keys for more information.
Secret KeyEnter the S3 secret access key. See Access keys for more information.
DiskBrowse to a directory to define the S3 file system path.
Enable BrowserEnables the S3 service web UI. Access the MinIO web UI by entering the IP address and port number separated by a colon in the browser address bar. Example: 192.168.1.0:9000.
CertificateUse an SSL certificate created or imported in Credentials > Certificates for secure S3 connections.
TLS Server Hostname / TLS Server URIDisplays if using an SSL certificate. Enter the MinIO server proxy-able address.
MinIO deprecated Access key and Secret key replacing them respectively with the MINIO_ROOT USER and MINIO_ROOT_PASSWORD arguments and their values. For the ROOT_USER value, use a name up to 20 characters. For the ROOT_PASSWORD, use a string of 8 to 40 randomized characters. MinIO recommends using a long password string of unique random characters.

Additional Information

S3 for MinIO

Configuring S3