Amazon S3 Storage CommandsMon, May 25, 2015
Notes on using the Amazon AWS Command Line
These notes show examples on file transfers to/from our Amazon S3 websiste storage. We will use it to upload files to the website we don’t want to put into a github repo, mostly to save room.
aws is the general command. You can download this software from AWS.
aws s3 sync images_large/ s3://aslearth.com/images_large --acl public-read
This command syncs the directory images_large/ to our s3 web site, and
makes sure they can be read by the public (required). You can add
--delete to the end of this command to get rid of files now on s3
that are not local to images_large.
aws s3 cp examples.m s3://aslearth.com/images_large/ --acl public-read
If you just want to copy one file, use this command (
cp) rather than
sync. Not sure if you can glob file patterns.
Other commands include:
ls. Other qualifiers for sync