s3tree

    0.1.1 • Public • Published

    s3tree

    Hierarchical object listing on S3.

    dependency status

    Example

    Given the following objects on S3:

    2012/12/24/23-12-09.jpg
    2013/02/31/14-00-04.jpg
    2013/09/05/20-45-10.jpg
    2013/09/05/20-45-12.jpg
    2013/09/06/21-03-42.jpg
    2013/10/25/09-51-33.jpg
    

    s3tree can list the hierarcy with:

    var tree = require('s3tree')({
      key: process.env.AWS_ACCESS_KEY,
      secret: process.env.AWS_SECRET_KEY,
      region: process.env.AWS_REGION,
      bucket: process.env.S3_BUCKET
    });
     
    tree('', function (err, years) {
      years.forEach(function (year) {
        tree(year, function (err, months) {
          console.log(months.join(' '));
        });
      });
    });
     

    which will output:

    2012/12/
    2013/02/ 2013/09/ 2013/10/
    

    With the hierarcy mapped it's easy to stream all object keys of a given year, month, or day with s3ls.

    Methods

    var s3tree = require('s3ls')(opts);

    The following opts must be passed in:

    • opts.key - AWS access key ID.
    • opts.secret - AWS secret access key.
    • opts.region - AWS geographic region.
    • opts.bucket - Existing S3 bucket for uploads.

    s3tree(prefix, cb(err, prefixes) {})

    Provide a callback which will be called with an error err or the prefixes under the given prefix.

    License

    MIT

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i s3tree

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    5

    Version

    0.1.1

    License

    MIT

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    • uggedal