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1  General Category / Questions / Re: s3sync script for EC2 windows instance on: August 30, 2010, 12:17:07 AM
thanks Ferrix,

based on my research, which may not be comprehensive, s3sync is the best app i know of for transfering between S3 and EC2 because it faster than others when transfers. Correct?

do you know of app that can do what do, as you say, "with brute force", and has similar transfer speeds as s3sync?

here are errors I been getting:

C:/s3sync/s3sync.rb:300:in `iconv': "\342\200\231sNWSeafoodsQT"... (Iconv::IllegalSequence)


C:/s3sync/s3sync.rb:638:in `initialize': No such file or directory - D://server image/sqlsvr/d/NTSYS2/Shared/And/.NET for VFP/decks/Sample Code/DataAccessInDotNet/DataAccessInDotNet/DataAccessInDotNetDXCore.Solution/AssemblyCache/297a3442524fae1dee22f6718b5aae8f.ca
che.s3syncTemp (Errno::ENOENT)

thanks again,

2  General Category / Questions / s3sync script for EC2 windows instance on: August 26, 2010, 12:03:50 PM
could someone tell me where i can find an s3sync script that i can use on my EC2 windows instance? Here is background on what i'm facing:

have done manual upload to S3 using AWS import/Export
now need to move 500 GB plus to EBS storage
when i run s3sync from command line in windows it eventually errors out with one error code or another (directory, encoding, etc...).

i need a script that will transfer entire bucket from S3 to EC2 EBS, if error is encountered, the script should be smart enough to pass over the file that causing the problem and continue syncing. would be really nice if the script wrote the errors to a txt file so i would know where problem was encountered.

i am not too concerned with skipped files, i just need the majority of files to be transferred over to EBS before i can move on to the next phase of our project.

i am a microsoft network engineer as as such do not have any experience with Ruby and very little experience with linux.

we on a very strict time table and this part of project already 1 week behind schedule. any assistance/advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You,
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