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 , for example:
access_key_id: 'ACCESS_KEY_ID_EXAMPLE' secret_access_key: 'SECRET_ACCESS_KEY_EXAMPLE'
The configuration file is
~/.qingstor/config.yaml by default, it also
can be specified by the option
You can also config other option like
port and so on, just
add lines below into configuration file, for example:
host: 'qingstor.com' port: 443 protocol: 'https' connection_retries: 3 # Valid levels are 'debug', 'info', 'warn', 'error', and 'fatal'. log_level: 'debug'
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 key(s) to local.|
|rm||Delete a QingStor key or keys under a prefix.|
|sync||Sync between local directory and QingStor prefix.|
|presign||Generate a pre-signed URL for an object.|
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'.