Arcgis Enterprise portal with Amazon S3 bucket configuration

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04-17-2022 07:22 AM
SreejithSreenivasan
New Contributor III

Trying to configure portal content into s3 bucket. Configuration is successful ,if we provide "objectStore" values as s3 bucket name
Ex:
{
"type":"cloudStore","provider":"Amazon",
"connectionString":{"region":"me-south-1","credentialType":"IAMRole"},
"objectStore":"portal-contents-bucket" -- working
}

We would like to configure the portal content directory inside one of the folder in the S3 bucket . But If we provide "objectStore" values as folder name inside the bucket (portal-contents-bucket/portalcontents) it is failing. Error message is "Cannot write to the portal-contents-bucket\portalcontents\ S3 bucket."
Ex:
{
"type":"cloudStore","provider":"Amazon",
"connectionString":{"region":"me-south-1","credentialType":"IAMRole"},
"objectStore":"portal-contents-bucket/portalcontents" -- not working
}

Can we provide "objectStore" value as the folder inside the S3 bucket or it should be always S3 bucket name?

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JonathanQuinn
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There are no real "buckets" in S3, so I'm not surprised that's not working. When you see item "folders" under the root bucket, they're just key/value prefixes. What you're looking to do is not possible.

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JonathanQuinn
Esri Notable Contributor

There are no real "buckets" in S3, so I'm not surprised that's not working. When you see item "folders" under the root bucket, they're just key/value prefixes. What you're looking to do is not possible.

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SreejithSreenivasan
New Contributor III

Thank you JonathanQuinn for the comments. For datastore backup(Relational & Tilecache) I could able to mentioned the folder(Key) names, so I tried to do with portal content directory to avoid multiple buckets.

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