|Proxy configuration applied to all bucket storage backends or not
This variable controls whether the proxy configuration in the environment is applied to all bucket storage backends. The intent is to allow users to configure buckets in multiple bucket services, for instance to allow migrating from AWS bucket storage to a local S3 service.
Below is an example of how to set this option in the configuration file,
which by default is set to
When set to
true, each bucket preserves the active
proxy/endpoint configuration and a change to those will trigger the
creation of a fresh, internally persisted, bucket storage access
true, each bucket in global can have a
separate endpoint configuration, as defined in
S3_STORAGE_ENDPOINT_BASE and similar configurations. This
allows an existing cluster running against AWS S3 to begin uploading
segments to an on-prem S3 by switching the endpoint base, while still
keeping access to existing segments in AWS.
false (default), the endpoint base configuration is
applied to all existing buckets on boot. This is intended for cases where
the base URL needs to be changed for all bucket, for instance due to the
introduction of a proxy.