The Arvados FUSE driver is a Python utility that allows you to see the Keep service as a normal filesystem, so that data can be accessed using standard tools. This driver requires the Python SDK installed in order to access Arvados services.
If you are logged in to a managed Arvados VM, the
arv-mount utility should already be installed.
To use the FUSE driver elsewhere, you can install from a distribution package, or PyPI.
# yum install python-arvados-fuse
# apt-get install python-arvados-fuse
pip install arvados_fuse in an appropriate installation environment, such as a virtualenv.
The SDK uses
pycurl which depends on the
libcurl C library. To build the module you may have to first install additional packages. On Debian 9 this is:
$ apt-get install git build-essential python-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libssl1.0-dev python-llfuse
For Python 3 this is:
$ apt-get install git build-essential python3-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libssl1.0-dev python3-llfuse
Please refer to the Accessing Keep from GNU/Linux tutorial for more information.
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