Bugfix: use extra headers -- allows Requester Pays #42

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brendano commented Apr 1, 2012

for buckets you don't own.

I just used the patch on: http://arxiv.org/help/bulk_data_s3

Here is some discussion about it: http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.file-systems.s3.s3tools/405

@mludvig mludvig merged commit 1600d5a into s3tools:master Feb 19, 2013

za3k commented Sep 18, 2014

I have the same problem, and re-applying this patch fixes it. I think there was a regression if this was merged.

Works without the patch, using s3cmd version 1.5-rc1, so not sure about a regression. Check out s3cmd --version to see what you're using now. You can use 1.5 experimental releases side-by-side to your default installed s3cmd.

This patch was reverted by @mdomsch on 19 Jan with commit 77f3a1a.

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mdomsch commented Apr 9, 2015

upstream master has a --requester-pays command line option now for such buckets.

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