Multithreaded recursive directory upload to S3 using FOG
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Latest commit 4c07a72 Aug 26, 2016 @chrishein chrishein Version 0.2.3

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S3Uploader

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Multithreaded recursive directory uploader to S3 using fog.

It recursively transverses all contents of the directory provided as source parameter, uploading all files to the destination bucket. A destination folder where to put the uploaded files tree inside the bucket can be specified too.

By default, it uses 5 threads to upload files in parallel, but the number can be configured as well.

Files are stored as non public if not otherwise specified.

A CLI binary is included.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 's3_uploader'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install s3_uploader

Usage

	uploader = S3Uploader::Uploader.new({
         :s3_key => YOUR_KEY,
         :s3_secret => YOUR_SECRET_KEY,
         :destination_dir => 'test/',
         :region => 'eu-west-1',
         :threads => 10
		})

  uploader.upload('/tmp/test', 'mybucket')

or

	S3Uploader.upload('/tmp/test', 'mybucket',
		{ 	 :s3_key => YOUR_KEY,
			   :s3_secret => YOUR_SECRET_KEY,
			   :destination_dir => 'test/',
			   :region => 'eu-west-1',
			   :threads => 4,
			   :metadata => { 'Cache-Control' => 'max-age=315576000' }
		})

Former static method upload_directory is still supported for backwards compatibility.

	S3Uploader.upload_directory('/tmp/test', 'mybucket', { :destination_dir => 'test/', :threads => 4 })

If no keys are provided, it uses S3_KEY and S3_SECRET environment variables. us-east-1 is the default region.

Metadata headers are documented here

Or as a command line binary

s3uploader -r eu-west-1 -k YOUR_KEY -s YOUR_SECRET_KEY -d test/ -t 4 /tmp/test mybucket

Again, it uses S3_KEY and S3_SECRET environment variables if non provided in parameters.

s3uploader -d test/ -t 4 /tmp/test mybucket

Compress files

If the :gzip options is used, files not already compressed are packed using GZip before upload. A GZip working directory is required in this case.

  S3Uploader.upload_directory('/tmp/test', 'mybucket',
    {    :s3_key => YOUR_KEY,
         :s3_secret => YOUR_SECRET_KEY,
         :destination_dir => 'test/',
         :region => 'eu-west-1',
         :gzip => true,
         :gzip_working_dir => '/tmp/gzip_working_dir'
    })

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Contributors

License

Distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE file for further details.