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Use newer s3cmd version #4

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schickling opened this Issue Jul 8, 2014 · 8 comments

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schickling commented Jul 8, 2014

Please use a newer version (1.1+) of s3cmd for step-s3sync. Its needed for options like --cf-invalidate to invalidate a cloudfront distribution.

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Unfortunately the author has not released the newer versions for Ubuntu. I'll see if we can use a different version.

Also be careful with cloudfront and invalidation:

Invalidation Requests
No additional charge for the first 1,000 files that you request for invalidation each month. $0.005 per file listed in your invalidation requests thereafter.

(Although s3cmd might do some smart thing to minimize invalidation requests)

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hatchan commented Jul 10, 2014

Unfortunately the author has not released the newer versions for Ubuntu. I'll see if we can use a different version.

Also be careful with cloudfront and invalidation:

Invalidation Requests
No additional charge for the first 1,000 files that you request for invalidation each month. $0.005 per file listed in your invalidation requests thereafter.

(Although s3cmd might do some smart thing to minimize invalidation requests)

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@hatchan you can always use the binaries of the official github repository. works on my EC2 instances like a charm.

I'm aware of the invalidation costs. Thanks anyway for the hint! :)

schickling commented Jul 10, 2014

@hatchan you can always use the binaries of the official github repository. works on my EC2 instances like a charm.

I'm aware of the invalidation costs. Thanks anyway for the hint! :)

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schickling commented Jul 22, 2014

Here are all versions available: https://github.com/s3tools/s3cmd/releases

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philippfrank Jan 15, 2015

@schickling Did you get a newer version running somehow?

philippfrank commented Jan 15, 2015

@schickling Did you get a newer version running somehow?

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ascendbruce Feb 21, 2015

Thanks @schickling for your step. I also wrote one to fit my usage: https://github.com/ascendbruce/step-s3sync

ascendbruce commented Feb 21, 2015

Thanks @schickling for your step. I also wrote one to fit my usage: https://github.com/ascendbruce/step-s3sync

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Hi just letting you guys know, we've updated the step to use s3cmd 1.5.1.2. This step now also bundles the s3cmd, so no more apt-get update and install :-)

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hatchan commented Feb 24, 2015

Hi just letting you guys know, we've updated the step to use s3cmd 1.5.1.2. This step now also bundles the s3cmd, so no more apt-get update and install :-)

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ascendbruce Feb 24, 2015

👍 Cool! Thanks @hatchan

ascendbruce commented Feb 24, 2015

👍 Cool! Thanks @hatchan

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