[owncloud-user] Support for EMC ATMOS storage

Jamie Baddeley jamie.baddeley at vpc.co.nz
Tue Feb 11 01:39:21 MET 2014


Of course. We could use something like geodrive but that is perhaps not as
streamlined/efficient as could be. Use of intermediate cache files is a
drag. Plus the geodrive installer package (which some awful installanywhere
thing) from EMC is only SLES or RHEL. We use debian/ubuntu here.



jamie


On 11 February 2014 10:12, Michael <mike at draftx.net> wrote:

> Can't you just mount the ATMOS storage locally and use that as your
> owncloud data directory?
>
>
> On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 1:51 PM, Jamie Baddeley <jamie.baddeley at vpc.co.nz>wrote:
>
>> HI There,
>>
>> Greetings from NZ. First off let me say how happy I am about Owncloud.
>> The concept of the project is excellent in this age of reduced trust about
>> where your data is stored and who has access to it. Of course a part of
>> that is what legal jurisdiction the infrastructure is in.
>>
>> In NZ we have a very small range of on shore elastic data stores we can
>> use. But one we can use has EMC's ATMOS technology. We have AWS and
>> Rackspace in Sydney but there's no place like home right?
>>
>> The ATMOS system has limited support for the s3 API and we've tested it
>> but it's not proved successful so far. In our efforts to solve the problem
>> we recently came across this:
>> https://github.com/morgan/kohana-storage
>> It's an abstraction layer for s3, Rackspace and ATMOS amongst others.
>>
>> It'd be great if you could fold in some of what Kohana-storage is doing
>> into owncloud. We could test this against the ATMOS instance we have access
>> to here.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> jamie
>>
>>
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