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    Walter Johnson

    2 weeks ago
    GM everybody. I need help and I am a beginner, so here goes. I am trying to use the AWS S3 Client SDK. I have successfully connected to my LakeFS deployment and I am able to see my buckets/repos. None of the other functions like ListObects works for me. The documentation states there is a limited set of functions available and I have gotten a error notice stating that the attempted function was unavailable when I tried one that wasn't listed in the docs. When I use a function listed in the docs I get an empty response.
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    Walter Johnson

    2 weeks ago
    import {ListObjectsCommand, S3Client} from "@aws-sdk/client-s3";
    import { fromIni } from "@aws-sdk/credential-providers";
    const client = new S3Client({
    credentials: fromIni({profile: 'local'}),
    endpoint: "<http://localhost:8000>",
    });
    var input = {
    Bucket:"call-center3"
    };
    const command = new ListObjectsCommand(input);
    const response = await client.send(command);
    console.log(response)
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    Itai Admi
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    Walter Johnson

    2 weeks ago
    If I have LakeFS running locally at http://localhost:8000 and I have a bucket named test and an image in that bucket named test.jpg, what local url do I visit to view that file?
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    taylor schneider

    2 weeks ago
    Hey folks. I am trying to understand the "LakeFS Hadoop Filesystem" concept. Based on this article. It seems like it is an "overlay" or "meta" filesystem that acts as an abstraction layer between the hadoop filesystem api and the underlying lakefs filesystem (ie graveler etc). Can anyone help me understand this
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    taylor schneider

    2 weeks ago
    Hey folks. I created a branch, committed a file, then deleted the branch. I still see the files on the filesystem. they were not deleted... I think that is expected because of the commit history. Is there a way to delete a commit. Thinking about transient data and minimizing the size of the repo over time.
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    Itai Admi
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    Adi Polak

    2 weeks ago
    Heya, I am looking to better understand lakeFS data model with DynamoDB. when we think about consistency and atomic operations, where is the locking mechanism taking place? and how to ensure atomic operations are happening when there is a need to scale the lakeFS server?
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    Vaibhav Kumar

    2 weeks ago
    Hi Team, In order to contribute to the lakefs open source i need to start understanding the code. Can someone suggest what should be the starting point to start understanding the code? I have local set up on my system Ps: I am new to Go , but I have worked on java,scala,python
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    Guy Hardonag
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    Walter Johnson

    1 week ago
    Does anybody know how to skip or mimic the /app/wait-for function in the entrypoint of the docker file? I have a situation where the container keeps exiting because it receives an error at this point.
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    Guy Hardonag
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