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When making S3 urls with expiry date the date shows as 02/01/0001 #7259

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cyberduck opened this issue May 17, 2013 · 2 comments
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When making S3 urls with expiry date the date shows as 02/01/0001 #7259

cyberduck opened this issue May 17, 2013 · 2 comments
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cyberduck commented May 17, 2013

c65ff9b created the issue

When I right-click on an S3 file using Cyberduck and choose Copy URL each of the submenu items with an expiry date show the date 02/01/0001 instead of the correct date. The URLs do work and appear to be the correct values, i.e. expiring relative to today and not actually expiring 02/01/0001.

I'm using Windows, with regional settings British, with timezone London.


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cyberduck commented May 21, 2013

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I am experiencing same problem. Windows Vista.

user.config also gets overwritten back to default state. Edited to include

Tried multiple seconds settings with no success. Would like to enable signed URL expiration dates as a multiple of seconds (1 year, 2 years, etc.)

Changed file property to "read only" but this did not work either (caused system crash). System only appears to default to 24h with incorrect date displayed, as noted above.

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cyberduck commented May 22, 2013

@ylangisc commented

In f5f3d6e.

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