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Rackspace CloudFiles


Rackspace's Cloud Files python module


Add the following to your project's file:

DEFAULT_FILE_STORAGE = 'backends.cloudfiles.CloudFilesStorage'

Optionally, you can implement the following custom upload_to in your file. This will upload the file using the file name only to Cloud Files (e.g. 'myfile.jpg'). If you supply a string (e.g. upload_to='some/path'), your file name will include the path (e.g. 'some/path/myfile.jpg'):

from backends.mosso import cloudfiles_upload_to

class SomeKlass(models.Model):
    some_field = models.ImageField(upload_to=cloudfiles_upload_to)

Alternatively, if you don't want to set the DEFAULT_FILE_STORAGE, you can do the following in your models:

from backends.mosso import CloudFilesStorage, cloudfiles_upload_to

cloudfiles_storage = CloudFilesStorage()

class SomeKlass(models.Model):
    some_field = models.ImageField(storage=cloudfiles_storage,
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