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Download an Object
Once you upload an object to a bucket, you can view information about your object and download the object to your local computer.
Downloading an object from a standard storage class bucket in Oort DSS is a straightforward process.
First, navigate to the bucket where the object is located. Locate the object you want to download and right click on its name and you'll see a "Download" button. Click on the button to initiate the download. Depending on the size of the object, the download may take some time to complete. Once the download is finished, the object will be saved to your local device, ready for you to use as needed. If you need to download multiple objects at once, you can select them and click on the "Download" button at the top of the page to initiate a batch download.
To download an object from an archive storage class bucket in Oort DSS, you'll first need to restore the object from the archive. Restoring an object can take up to 24 hours, depending on the size and complexity of the object. Once the object is restored, you can then download it as you would with an object in a standard storage class bucket.
- 1.To restore the object, navigate to the bucket where it is located and select the object you want to download.
- 2.Right click the object you wish to access, click on the "Restore" button to initiate the restoration process.
- 3.Set available period for the object. When restoring an object from archive storage in Oort DSS, you can set an available period during which you can access, download, and share copies of the restored object.
- 4.Once the restoration is complete, you'll receive a notification that the object is available for download. From there, you can download the object as you would with a standard storage class object.
Overall, restoring objects from archive storage is a cost-effective way to store infrequently accessed data, but it's important to keep in mind that the restoration process can take some time.