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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Service HDFS Connector - 2.9.2.1

Quick Start Guide

See: Description

Packages 
Package Description
com.oracle.bmc.hdfs  
com.oracle.bmc.hdfs.auth  

Quick Start Guide

User Documentation

More complete user documentation is available on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure documentation portal.

HDFS Connector Properties

The following table details the HDFS properties you can set to connect to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage. Additional properties can be found in the user documentation or by looking through the Javadocs for BmcProperties.

Name Description Type Default Required?
fs.oci.client.hostname
Host endpoint for the Object Storage Service. For example https://objectstorage.us-phoenix-1.oraclecloud.com. string yes
fs.oci.client.auth.tenantId
Tenant OCID of the account. Required unless a custom authenticator is provided. string yes
fs.oci.client.auth.userId
User OCID of the user making the request. Required unless a custom authenticator is provided. string yes
fs.oci.client.auth.fingerprint
Fingerprint for the PEM file being used. Required unless a custom authenticator is provided. string yes
fs.oci.client.auth.pemfilepath
Path to the PEM file used for authentication. Required unless a custom authenticator is provided. string yes
fs.oci.client.auth.passphrase
Pass phrase to use if the PEM file is in encrypted format. string no

URI Format

HDFS filesystems and files are referenced through URIs. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage filesystem uses the scheme 'oci'.

Note: The scheme 'oraclebmc' is deprecated but still supported.

Root

The root of the Object Storage Service filesystem is denoted by a path where the authority component comprises the bucket and the namespace:

oci://bucket@namespace/

Objects/Files

An object named a/b/c/foo.json is referenced as:

oci://bucket@namespace/a/b/c/foo.json
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