s3Cluster Table Function 

Allows processing files from Amazon S3 in parallel from many nodes in a specified cluster. On initiator it creates a connection to all nodes in the cluster, discloses asterics in S3 file path, and dispatches each file dynamically. On the worker node it asks the initiator about the next task to process and processes it. This is repeated until all tasks are finished.

Syntax

s3Cluster(cluster_name, source, [access_key_id, secret_access_key,] format, structure)

Arguments

  • cluster_name — Name of a cluster that is used to build a set of addresses and connection parameters to remote and local servers.
  • source — URL to a file or a bunch of files. Supports following wildcards in readonly mode: *, ?, {'abc','def'} and {N..M} where N, M — numbers, abc, def — strings. For more information see Wildcards In Path.
  • access_key_id and secret_access_key — Keys that specify credentials to use with given endpoint. Optional.
  • format — The format of the file.
  • structure — Structure of the table. Format 'column1_name column1_type, column2_name column2_type, ...'.

Returned value

A table with the specified structure for reading or writing data in the specified file.

Examples

Select the data from all files in the cluster cluster_simple:

SELECT * FROM s3Cluster('cluster_simple', 'http://minio1:9001/root/data/{clickhouse,database}/*', 'minio', 'minio123', 'CSV', 'name String, value UInt32, polygon Array(Array(Tuple(Float64, Float64)))') ORDER BY (name, value, polygon);

Count the total amount of rows in all files in the cluster cluster_simple:

SELECT count(*) FROM s3Cluster('cluster_simple', 'http://minio1:9001/root/data/{clickhouse,database}/*', 'minio', 'minio123', 'CSV', 'name String, value UInt32, polygon Array(Array(Tuple(Float64, Float64)))');

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