MinIO Python SDK is Simple Storage Service (aka S3) client to perform bucket and object operations to any Amazon S3 compatible object storage service.
For a complete list of APIs and examples, please take a look at the Python Client API Reference
Python 3.6 or higher.
Download using pip
pip3 install minio
git clone https://github.com/minio/minio-py cd minio-py python setup.py install
Quick Start Example – File Uploader
This example program connects to an S3-compatible object storage server, make a bucket on that server, and upload a file to the bucket.
You need the following items to connect to an S3-compatible object storage server:
|Endpoint||URL to S3 service.|
|Access Key||Access key (aka user ID) of an account in the S3 service.|
|Secret Key||Secret key (aka password) of an account in the S3 service.|
This example uses MinIO server playground https://play.min.io. Feel free to use this service for test and development.
from minio import Minio from minio.error import S3Error def main(): # Create a client with the MinIO server playground, its access key # and secret key. client = Minio( "play.min.io", access_key="Q3AM3UQ867SPQQA43P2F", secret_key="zuf+tfteSlswRu7BJ86wekitnifILbZam1KYY3TG", ) # Make 'asiatrip' bucket if not exist. found = client.bucket_exists("asiatrip") if not found: client.make_bucket("asiatrip") else: print("Bucket 'asiatrip' already exists") # Upload '/home/user/Photos/asiaphotos.zip' as object name # 'asiaphotos-2015.zip' to bucket 'asiatrip'. client.fput_object( "asiatrip", "asiaphotos-2015.zip", "/home/user/Photos/asiaphotos.zip", ) print( "'/home/user/Photos/asiaphotos.zip' is successfully uploaded as " "object 'asiaphotos-2015.zip' to bucket 'asiatrip'." ) if __name__ == "__main__": try: main() except S3Error as exc: print("error occurred.", exc)
Run File Uploader
$ python file_uploader.py '/home/user/Photos/asiaphotos.zip' is successfully uploaded as object 'asiaphotos-2015.zip' to bucket 'asiatrip'. $ mc ls play/asiatrip/ [2016-06-02 18:10:29 PDT] 82KiB asiaphotos-2015.zip
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