qsctl is intended to be an advanced command line tool for QingStor, it provides powerful unix-like commands to let you manage QingStor resources just like files on local machine. Unix-like commands contains: cp, ls, mb, mv, rm, rb, and sync. All of them support batch processing.
$ pip install qsctl
$ sudo pip install qsctl
On Windows systems, run it in a command-prompt window with administrator privileges, and leave out sudo.
To use qsctl, there must be a configuration file to configure your own qy_access_key_id, qy_secret_access_key, and zone, for example:
qy_access_key_id: 'QINGCLOUDACCESSKEYID' qy_secret_access_key: 'QINGCLOUDSECRETACCESSKEYEXAMPLE' zone: 'pek3a'
The configuration file is ~/.qingcloud/config.yaml by default, it also can be specified by the option -c /path/to/config.
Commands supported by qsctl are listed below:
|ls||List qingstor keys under a prefix or all qingstor buckets.|
|cp||Copy local file(s) to qingstor or qingstor key(s) to local.|
|mb||Create a qingstor bucket.|
|rb||Delete an empty qingstor bucket or forcibly delete nonempty qingstor bucket.|
|mv||Move local file(s) to qingstor or qingstor keys(s) to local.|
|rm||Delete a qingstor key or keys under a prefix.|
|sync||Sync between local directory and qingstor prefix.|
List keys in bucket <mybucket> by running:
$ qsctl ls qs://mybucket Directory test/ 2016-04-03 11:16:04 4 Bytes test1.txt 2016-04-03 11:16:04 4 Bytes test2.txt
Sync from qingstor prefix to local directory:
$ qsctl sync qs://mybucket3/test/ test/ File 'test/README.md' written File 'test/commands.py' written
See the detailed usage and more examples with ‘qsctl help’ or ‘qsctl <command> help’.
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