What version of Hadoop are you using? AFAIK, you must use Hadoop 2.7+ to support custom s3 endpoint, or the `fs.s3a.endpoint` property in core-site.xml would be ignored.
I’m working on Flink 1.7.0 and I’m trying to use the built in S3 libraries like readFile(‘s3://bucket/object’
) or StreamingFileSink. My storage provider is not AWS, but they implement the same API. So I need to point the S3 client to a different address. The Hadoop documentation shows that there are options in core-site to set that up. The problem is, I can’t seem to get the right dependencies together to use the S3 filesystem. As far as I can tell, the pre-built Hadoop/Presto jars don’t use core-site.xml, and the instructions for manual setup given here (https://ci.apache.org/projects/flink/flink-docs-release-1.7/ops/deployment/aws.html#hadoop-provided-s3-file-systems---manual-setup
) list a set of dependencies that seems to be completely wrong.
How can use the S3 sources/sinks with a custom http endpoint?
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