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README.md

Orchestra S3 Stream Bundle

The Orchestra S3 Stream Bundle is merely a helper bundle for people that wish to use monolog and save their symfony application logs directly into an S3 Bucket.

It will create a global s3:// stream wrapper that can be used with the usual fopen, fwrite, etc.

Requirements

This bundle requires Services_Amazon_S3. If you do not know where to put it, look in the vendor directory of the orchestra sample-symfony application. You should see a pear folder with the required files (and its dependencies)

If you are developing locally, you might as well want to use the pear installer and run pear install Services_Amazon_S3-alpha. Keep in mind that if you want to deploy your application on Orchestra.io you will need to bundle your code in the vendor directory as done in the sample-symfony2 application

Autoloading

For this bundle to function it is needed to register Services_ prefix with the autoloader. There is two ways of doing this. First is by adding the prefix it self.

<?php
// ...
$loader->registerPrefix('Services_', '/path/to/pear/lib');
// ...

The second is by adding a prefix fallback which have the added benefit of enabling autoloading for all Pear packages installed.

<?php
// ...
$loader->registerPrefixFallback(array(
    '/path/to/pear/lib'
));
// ...

Install the bundle

Let's get started.

Firstly, you need to retrieve the bundle:

$ cd sf2app;
$ git submodule add git://github.com/orchestra-io/symfony2-s3streambundle.git vendor/bundles/Orchestra/S3StreamBundle

Secondly, you have to configure the YAML in your app/config/config.yml as access_key_id and secret_access_key is REQUIRED.

orchestra_s3_stream:
    access_key_id: XXX
    secret_access_key: YYY
    acl: public-read

Obviously you have to replace XXX and YYY with your Amazon S3 access key and secret key information.

It is possible to change the default acl used. The different types can be seen in Services_Amazon_S3_AccessControlList. By default it is public-read.

Finally, you have to add the S3StreamBundle to your application kernel

<?php
// app/AppKernel.php
public function registerBundles()
{
    return array(
        // ...
        new Orchestra\S3StreamBundle\OrchestraS3StreamBundle(),
        // ...
    );
}

and add the autoload for the Orchestra namespace:

<?php
// app/autoload.php
// snip...
$loader->registerNamespaces(array(
    // ...
    'Orchestra'    => __DIR__.'/../src',
    // ...
));
// snip...

Using with Monolog

You will need to modify your app/config/config_prod.yml to contain the following:

monolog:
    handlers:
        nested:
            type:  stream
            path:  s3://logs-bucket/%kernel.environment%.log
            level: debug

Make sure to replace logs-bucket with your bucket name. The bucket has to exist.

License

This code is licensed under a 2-clause New BSD license which can be found in this repository under the file Resources/meta/LICENSE

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