Limitations in browsing Ozone from Hue
While Hue fully supports browsing the Ozone filesystem, there are some known limitations. Review these limitations and learn about the workarounds.
File-size limit for uploads
upload_chunk_sizeparameter as follows in the Hue Advanced Configuration Snippet (Hue safety valve):
File-size limitations for copy operations
upload_chunk_sizeparameter in bytes as follows in the Hue Advanced Configuration Snippet (Hue safety valve):
[hadoop] upload_chunk_size=125829120 \\or 120*1024*1024
User home directory
All users default to the ofs:// path when they access the Ozone filesystem from Hue.
Volume and bucket limitations
You can only create default volume and buckets in Ozone using Hue. Operations other than create are not supported.
You cannot create Erasure Coding (EC)-enabled buckets from Hue, unless they are set by default in Ozone. However, you can create the EC-enabled buckets using the Ozone CLI and then browse it normally from Hue. If EC-enabled buckets are already present on Ozone, then you can browse them from Hue.
Hue can also display the content of the encrypted buckets present on Ozone.