This article lists several commands you can use to manage your DreamObjects data. This article assumes you've already installed S3cmd:
If you're using a custom version of Python
The commands below work with the server version of Python. However, you may have installed a custom version of Python using the following article:
If so, you may see the following error when running the commands below.
ImportError trying to import dateutil.parser. Please install the python dateutil module: $ sudo apt-get install python-dateutil or $ sudo yum install python-dateutil or $ pip install python-dateutil !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If so, you must create a virtual environment to install the python-dateutil package. You will then be able to use the commands below without error.
Make sure to log out of your SSH session and back in to ensure the new settings are active.
Making a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd mb s3://my-new-bucket Bucket 's3://my-new-bucket/' created
Listing all buckets
[server]$ s3cmd ls 2019-02-04 16:28 s3://my-bucket
Listing the contents of a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd ls s3://my-bucket DIR s3://my-bucket/backups/
2019-02-04 18:09 11 s3://my-bucket/file1.txt
Listing the size of a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd du -H s3://my-bucket 40G s3://my-bucket
Uploading a file into a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd put testfile.txt s3://my-bucket file.txt -> s3://my-bucket/file.txt [1 of 1] 127 of 127 100% in 0s 1522.87 B/s done
Downloading a file from a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd get s3://my-bucket/file.txt s3://my-bucket/file.txt -> ./file.txt [1 of 1] 127 of 127 100% in 0s 3.46 kB/s done
Deleting a file in a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd del s3://my-bucket/file.txt File s3://my-bucket/file.txt deleted
Deleting all Objects in a bucket
This will remove all Objects and empty the bucket.
[server]$ s3cmd del --recursive s3://my-bucket --force
Recursively making every object in a bucket public
[server]$ s3cmd setacl s3://my-bucket --acl-public --recursive
Recursively making every object in a bucket private
[server]$ s3cmd setacl s3://my-bucket --acl-private --recursive
Directory listing controls what data can be seen by visiting the top level of your bucket. If it's set to private, no data is shown. If it's public, the contents of the bucket are listed as shown below.
Disabling Directory Listing in a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd setacl s3://my-bucket --acl-private
If you visit your bucket in a browser, only the following information will display.
Enabling Directory Listing in a bucket
[server]$ s3cmd setacl s3://my-bucket --acl-public
- If you visit your bucket in a browser, the contents of the bucket display.