Quick links: HS3 Shell
The HS3 Shell (hs3sh) is a command processor created to interact with Amazon S3 and compatible storage services.
It’s main intention is to test S3 compatible storage services against Amazon S3 without having to deal with the hard-to-remember parameters required by tools like awscli or s3curl.pl.
Connect to Amazon S3 as well as compatible storage services
Uses profiles for easy switching between S3 providers
Create, discover and delete buckets
Discover, write, read and copy objects
Deal with metadata and versions
Work with bucket ACLs (object ACLs not implemente, yet)
Generate pre-signed URLs
You need to have at least Python 3.5 installed to run hs3sh.
It depends on the boto3 for communication with Amazon S3 and compatible stores.
To be found at readthedocs.org
Install hs3sh by running:
$ pip install hs3sh
get the source from gitlab.com, unzip and run:
$ python setup.py install
Fork at gitlab.com
If you’ve found any bugs, please let me know via the Issue Tracker; if you have comments or suggestions, send an email to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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