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  6. Uploading a File

Uploading a File

This section describes how to upload local files to OBS over the Internet. These files can be text, image, video, or any other type of files.

NOTE:

You can upload a file of size up to 50 MB using OBS Console.

Prerequisites

  • At least one bucket has been created.
  • If you want to classify files, you can create folders and upload files to the folders. The procedure is as follows:
    1. In the bucket list on the OBS Console, click the target bucket to go to the Summary page.
    2. In the navigation tree on the left, click Objects.
    3. Click Create Folder.
    4. In the Folder Name text box, enter a name for the folder.
    5. Click OK.

Procedure

  1. In the bucket list on the OBS Console, click the target bucket to go to the Summary page.
  2. In the navigation tree on the left, click Objects.
  3. Click Upload File. Alternatively, select the target folder and click Upload File. Figure 1 displays Upload File dialog box.

    Figure 1 Upload File

  4. Click to open the local file browser dialogue box.
  5. Select the file that you want to upload and click Open.
  6. Optional: Select a storage class. If no storage class is selected, the file storage class will inherit the bucket storage class.
  7. Optional: Select KMS encryption to encrypt the upload file. For details, see Server-Side Encryption.
  8. Click OK.