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In reply to: pants.epir.at/kxg186
If your server has a write-enabled, persistent file system, and you’re not planning on scaling your #pants site across multiple servers, there is no reason why you couldn’t use the filesystem data ...

Currently I am using the file storage (changed the dragonfly config), is there any reason not to use it? I don’t have S3 and prefer to not need some extra thing to store my image, instead just have them stored as static files.

If your server has a write-enabled, persistent file system, and you’re not planning on scaling your #pants site across multiple servers, there is no reason why you couldn’t use the filesystem data store.

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