An IO-compatible wrapper for S3.
Amazon's official AWS SDK (version 1) provides an API for S3 that isn't compatible with Ruby's standard IO class and its derivatives. This gem provides a thin wrapper around AWS SDK (version 1) that makes it possible to access objects stored on S3 as if they were instances of File or StringIO classes.
Both streamed reads and writes are supported.
Reads guarantee consistency if S3 file changes while being streamed, but only if versioning has been enabled for that file. S3io always reads from the same version of the file it read the first chunk from. If a non-versioned file is changed during the read process, an
S3io::ReadModifiedError is thrown. To protect against this, enable versioning for the bucket where file is located. Lifecycle policy can be used to automatically delete older versions based on their age.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install s3io
Once wrapped, S3 objects behave the way you'd expect from an ordinary IO object. It can read:
require 'aws-sdk' require 's3io' s3_object = S3.buckets['some-bucket'].objects['path/to/object'] io = S3io.open(s3_object, 'r') first_100_bytes = io.read(100) # reading first 100 bytes io.rewind # back to the first byte io.lines do |line| puts line # Just printing lines one by one end io.pos = 42 # seek byte 42 puts io.read # and print everything from that byte to the end
It can write:
require 'aws-sdk' require 's3io' s3_object = S3.buckets['some-bucket'].objects['path/to/object'] S3io.open(s3_object, 'w') do |s3io| io.write 'abc' io.write 'def' end
- Code documentation
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request