How do I use Qumulo with Wasabi?

Qumulo is validated for use with Wasabi.  To use this product with Wasabi, please follow the instructions below.  



  • Qumulo cluster running Qumulo Core 3.2.1 or above for QQ CLI configuration
  • Qumulo cluster running Qumulo Core 3.2.5 or above for Web UI configuration
  • An active Wasabi account.

Please Note: The data restoration process is handled by your specific backup software application. As there are many potential variables that will affect your unique environment, it is strongly recommended that you seek the guidance of your backup software's technical support team in the event that you encounter difficulty, or have application-specific inquiries.

Follow the steps outlined below to create a Copy to S3 relationship.

1. Login to the Qumulo Core UI.

2. Navigate to the Cluster drop-down and select Copy to S3 under Data Movement.




3. Click Create Copy.



4. Provide the required information in the Source and Target sections


- Directory Path - path of the directory on the cluster that will be copied to Wasabi


- Bucket Name - name of the bucket created

- Folder – name of the folder (this field will default to “/” if left blank)

- Region – Region in which the bucket has been created

- Access Key ID

- Secret Access Key



Expand the Advanced S3 Server Settings Section. Provide the S3 Hostname and select Path as the Bucket Addressing Style. Click Create Copy.




This can also be created using the QQ CLI as follows - 

qq replication_create_object_relationship --source-directory-path /wasabitest/ --object-store-address --object-folder / --bucket qumulotest --region us-east-1 --access-key-id 5V5RQJTUGBPO3W7FGXXB --bucket-addressing-style BUCKET_STYLE_PATH
Enter secret access key associated with access key ID:
"access_key_id": "5V5RQJTUGBPO3W7FGXXB",
"bucket": "qumulotest",
"bucket_style": "BUCKET_STYLE_PATH",
"ca_certificate": null,
"id": "bec94ce6-60e7-40ad-9567-94abbecb91d5",
"object_folder": "",
"object_store_address": "",
"port": 443,
"region": "us-east-1",
"source_directory_id": "3"

Note: This config example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article.


5. The relationship created will be displayed on the Copy to S3 page with an Initializing status.



6. Once the job is completed, the status will change reflecting the start and end times.




For more details about the Copy job, click on the 3 dots menu under Actions and select View Details.



This will display all the details about the Copy job.



The files copied can now be accessed from the bucket through the Wasabi console.





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