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Django app to use Minio Server as file storage.

Project description

Django app to use [Minio Server](https://github.com/minio/minio) as file storage.

Intallation

At first, you need to have working minio server. How to do that you can found at [Minio Quickstart Guide](http://docs.minio.io/docs/minio-quickstart-guide).

Install Django Minio Storage from pip: ` pip install django-minio `

Add following keys to your projects settings file: ` MINIO_SERVER = 'your_minio_server_address' MINIO_ACCESSKEY = 'your_minio_server_access_key' MINIO_SECRET = 'your_minio_server_secret_key' MINIO_BUCKET = 'my_bucket' MINIO_SECURE = True DEFAULT_FILE_STORAGE = 'django_minio.storage.MinioStorage' ` Demo minio server and it’s credentials can be found at [Python Client Quickstart Guide](https://docs.minio.io/docs/python-client-api-reference).

If you want to use this module only at production server, include above settings only in production settings. So at local developer machine you will use django’s default file storage.

More information about file storages can be found at [Django Docs](https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.8/ref/files/storage/).

Currently tested only at Django 1.8.5.

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