Deep storage is where segments are stored. It is a storage mechanism that Druid does not provide. This deep storage infrastructure defines the level of durability of your data, as long as Druid processes can see this storage infrastructure and get at the segments stored on it, you will not lose data no matter how many Druid nodes you lose. If segments disappear from this storage layer, then you will lose whatever data those segments represented.
A local mount can be used for storage of segments as well. This allows you to use just your local file system or anything else that can be mount locally like NFS, Ceph, etc. This is the default deep storage implementation.
In order to use a local mount for deep storage, you need to set the following configuration in your common configs.
||local||Must be set.|
||Directory for storing segments.||Must be set.|
Note that you should generally set
druid.storage.storageDirectory to something different from
If you are using the Hadoop indexer in local mode, then just give it a local file as your output directory and it will work.
For additional deep stores, please see our extensions list.