cookbook 's3_file', '= 2.0.3'
Installs/Configures s3_file LWRP
cookbook 's3_file', '= 2.0.3', :supermarket
knife supermarket install s3_file
knife supermarket download s3_file
= DESCRIPTION: An LWRP that can be used to fetch files from S3. I created this LWRP to solve the chicken-and-egg problem of fetching files from S3 on the first Chef run on a newly provisioned machine. Ruby libraries that are installed on that first run are not available to Chef during the run, so I couldn't use a library like Fog to get what I needed from S3. This LWRP has no dependencies beyond the Ruby standard library, so it can be used on the first run of Chef. = REQUIREMENTS: An Amazon Web Services account and something in S3 to fetch. Multi-part S3 uploads do not put the MD5 of the content in the ETag header. If x-amz-meta-digest is provided in User-Defined Metadata on the S3 Object it is processed as if it were a Digest header (RFC 3230). The MD5 of the local file will be checked against the MD5 from x-amz-meta-digest if it is present. It not it will check against the ETag. If there is no match or the local file is absent it will be downloaded. = USAGE: s3_file acts like other file resources. The only supported action is :create, which is the default. Attribute Parameters: * `aws_access_key_id` - your AWS access key id. * `aws_secret_access_key` - your AWS secret access key. * `bucket` - the bucket to pull from. * `remote_path` - the S3 key to pull. * `owner` - the owner of the file. (optional) * `group` - the group owner of the file. (optional) * `mode` - the octal mode of the file. (optional) Example: s3_file "/tmp/somefile" do remote_path "/my/s3/key" bucket "my-s3-bucket" aws_access_key_id "mykeyid" aws_secret_access_key "mykey" owner "me" group "mygroup" mode "0644" action :create end
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