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<p><strong>1. Create a Bucket</strong></p> <p>Users need to log in through the main account or a sub-account with management permission before creating the bucket. After logging in, choose [Object Based Storage OBS] in the product list, enter OBS product console, and click [Create] in the upper right corner .</p> <p><img src="" style="height:410px; width:837px" /></p> <p>Fill in or choose the following information on the creating page:</p> <p>●&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Region: Select the OBS region to which you want to place the bucket. You can optimize delays by geographically choosing to minimize costs or meet regulatory requirements. Once created, the bucket&#39;s region can not be changed.</p> <p>●&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bucket Name: Fill in the bucket name as the naming rules. The name should be unique among all clusters.</p> <p>●&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Storage Type: The storage types currently provided are only standard storage.</p> <p>●&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bucket ACL: There are 3 options, private, publicly readable, publicly readable and writable. You can set identity verification for access of the objects in your bucket.</p> <p>After the above choices, verify the configuration list, click PURCHASE.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:476px; width:820px" /></p> <p>Enter the order confirm, click [CONFIRM OPEN].</p> <p><img src="" style="height:471px; width:811px" /></p> <p>After payment is successful, return to the OBS console from the menu bar.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:335px; width:838px" /></p> <p>In the Bucket list, select the rigion and view the Bucket you just created.</p> <p>Note: After creating the bucket, users need to wait for 5 minutes before uploading or downloading files. You can see all the buckets in the bucket list.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:414px; width:833px" /></p> <p><strong>2. Delete a bucket</strong></p> <p>If the bucket is not needed any more, please delete it to avoid generating further costs. You can click [Delete] in the right of the bucket list to delete the bucket.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:466px; width:827px" /></p> <p>You cannot delete the bucket if there are still files in the bucket or unfinished uploading. Hence, you have to delete all the files and unfinished uploading before deleting the bucket.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:471px; width:830px" /></p> <p><strong>3. Set read-write access permission of bucket (ACL)</strong></p> <p>Click the target bucket name in the bucket list to open the overview page. Click [Bucket attribute] to find the ACL setting area.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:326px; width:835px" /></p> <p>Click edit to alter the read-write permission of the bucket.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:342px; width:831px" /></p> <p><strong>4. Set the anti-leech</strong></p> <p>To reduce additional data expenses caused by stealing, you can set a white list of the referer field for the bucket or whether an empty referer field is allowed for access request.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:321px; width:834px" /></p> <p><img src="" style="height:371px; width:829px" /></p> <p><strong>5. Set the life cycle</strong></p> <p>The life cycle is set for automatic fragment deletion.</p> <p>Expiration date: All uploaded events of which the initialization is before the designated date will be deleted. For example, if the date is set to be Oct. 3, 2016, then the uploaded events initialized before Oct. 3, 2016 will be deleted by the back-end program.</p> <p>Retention period: If users set a retention period for the uploaded events, deletion will be carried out once the set retention period runs up (calculated from the initialization on). For example, if the retention period is set to be 30 days, then the uploaded events initialized on Jan. 1, 2016 will be deleted by the back-end program on Jan. 31.</p> <p>Not enabled: Users can choose not to enable the automatic fragment deletion function.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:455px; width:842px" /></p> <p><strong>II. Objects under management</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Upload objects</strong></p> <p>Click the name of the target bucket, where objects are to be uploaded, in the bucket list to open the overview page. Click [Object management], and then click [Upload].</p> <p><img src="" style="height:468px; width:832px" /></p> <p>Choose the files you want to upload.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:407px; width:824px" /></p> <p><strong>2. Obtain object access address</strong></p> <p>Click [Obtain the address] of each corresponding file name.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:404px; width:830px" /></p> <p>For objects in a private bucket, users need to enter the effective time of the link, and then click [Obtain URL].</p> <p><img src="" style="height:468px; width:836px" /></p> <p>For objects in a publicly readable or publicly readable and writable bucket, a URL can be directly generated for access.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:393px; width:816px" /></p> <p><strong>3. Delete objects</strong></p> <p>Click [Delete] of each corresponding file name, and then click [Confirm] to confirm the deletion.</p> <p><img src="" style="height:386px; width:836px" /></p>
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