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1  General Category / Feature Requests / Re: Bandwidth Throttling on: November 24, 2009, 12:15:36 PM
I'd like this feature as well.
2  General Category / Feature Requests / Forcing symlink following? on: November 24, 2009, 08:05:42 AM
I've got a directory that contains symlinks to the most recent of all nightly snapshots, but obviously s3sync only syncs what could be restored as a symlink, not the file the symlink points to:

S3sync never "follows" symlinks as this would make the restore operation incorrect.  It saves the symlink in a way that will restore as a symlink.

Would it be possible to add some kind of --follow-symlinks option that could be used in situations like this? Obviously I'd really like to save the gigs of storage space (and time to rewrite scripts) that would be required if I have to copy all the snapshots to that directory. There must be others that have similar use cases that would find such an option useful.

Edit: I probably should've posted this as a feature request.
3  General Category / Questions / Re: SSL Error on OSX 10.4 on: January 10, 2008, 02:07:54 PM
I'm running on Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Tiger) Server and ran into the same SSL issues you're describing.

On Tiger Server there's an /etc/certificates directory that an x509anchors.pem file. I initially tried to set SSL_CERT_DIR to /etc/certificates, but kept getting the "http.rb:590:in `connect': certificate verify failed (OpenSSL::SSL::SSLError)" error. Eventually I figured out that you actually can specify the file directly, as follows:

export SSL_CERT_FILE=/etc/certificates/x509anchors.pem

If you're using /etc/s3conf/s3config.yml, like I am, then you can put the following in there:

ssl_cert_file: /etc/certificates/x509anchors.pem

I haven't played with Leopard Server enough to know where the x509 file(s) might be on there and /etc/certificates/x509anchors.pem doesn't seem to exist on Tiger client. So in those cases, you might need to do it the traditional way.
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