Supported by the National Science Foundation Collaborator: University of Michigan Collaborator: Michigan State University Collaborator: Wayne State University Collaborator: Indiana University

We’ve included here instructions for OSiRIS users as well as for other sites that are interested in setting up an installation similar to OSiRIS.


User Documentation

Enrolling in OSiRIS: How to enroll in your OSiRIS COU and obtain access tokens for use with OSiRIS Storage

Uploading an SSH key: How to upload your ssh key so you can use OSiRIS ssh/scp/sftp gateways

Using OSiRIS S3: How to obtain credentials and use OSiRIS S3 gateways

Using Globus with OSiRIS: How to get setup to use Globus with OSiRIS CephFS or S3 storage.

Using NFS with OSiRIS: How to access NFS exports of OSiRIS CephFS on U-M or MSU campuses

Using RADOS: How to use OSiRIS Ceph object store directly with rados libs and utils (requires configuration, please contact us)

Managing OSiRIS Groups: How to create new posix groups and manage memberships

Configuring an S3 fuse mount: The S3 fuse program will present S3 buckets as mounted filesystems though the standard http-based S3 protocol.

Using S3 SSE-C: How to use S3 Server Side Encryption with client provided keys.

Architectural Documentation

If you are interested in how OSiRIS is structured or in creating a deployment similar to OSiRIS please have a look at the OSiRIS technology components documentation and OSiRIS white paper.

OSiRIS Whitepaper

A reference paper is available for OSiRIS. The paper provides a general overview of the process and components involved in deploying OSiRIS. This version of the paper is a public draft eventually planned for submission to relevant publications.