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Mountain Duck Backup
Learn how to use Mountain Duck (app version 4.13.8) to store backups on the ScPrime distributed datacenter using the XNS Relayer
Mountain Duck lets you mount server and cloud storage as a disk in Finder on macOS and the File Explorer on Windows with a minimal User Interface and Smart Synchronisation feature that allows files availability even offline.
- Install Mountain Duck from here
- Install the XNS Relayer
- Configure the XNS Relayer’s Endpoint Access Key and Endpoint Secret Key
Step 1: Open Mountain Duck
Right Click on the Mountain Duck application icon in the taskbar. Select Open Connection
Step 2: Select Amazon S3 Service
On the Pop-up. Select Amazon S3 from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Enter Relayer Credentials
Input the server address, Access Key, Secret Key, and Port associated with your relayer instance.
|Nickname||[Nickname]||Nickname the mount|
|Server||[Your IP]||This is the IP or hostname of your XNS Relayer|
|Port||[MinIO Port]||the port defined in the Advanced Settings (‘MINIO_PORT’, default is 9000).|
|Access Key:||[Endpoint Access Key (Username)]||This is defined in the XNS Relayer General Configuration.|
|Secret Key:||[Endpoint Secret Key (Password)]||This is defined in the XNS Relayer General Configuration.|
|Drive Letter:||[Unused local disk]||Assign a currently unused local drive letter, e.g. D:/ (Default ‘Auto’)|
Step 4: Verify
Your new mount point should be displayed in the explorer pane of your computer.