Then I to remove it:
aws --endpoint-url=<http://localhost:8000> --profile local s3 cp D:\lakefs_upload <s3://example-repo/branch_full_data/> --recursive
I can see that the data is not on my repo repo and that the branch is now empty however, the data seems to be stored somewhere else as the storage space is not being recovered on my PC. Is the data stored somewhere else when it is uploaded? Thanks
aws --endpoint-url=<http://localhost:8000> --profile local s3 rm <s3://example-repo/branch_full_data/> --recursive
Ariel Shaqed (Scolnicov)
block storage for any production use; see this section on the lakeFS architecture page for details.. It is intended as an easy on-ramp for checking out lakeFS, but because it relies on less performant and more expensive storage it will never be as easy, cheap, or fast to run as a lakeFS installation backed by an object store. Currently we spend considerably less time testing and developing lakeFS to work on local storage than we do for object storage such as S3, Azure or GCS.