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Changes between Version 109 and Version 110 of help/en/howto/s3


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    4040=== Storage Class ===
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    42 You have the option to store files using the ''Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS)'' to reduce costs by storing non-critical, reproducible data at lower levels of redundancy. Set the default storage class in ''Preferences → S3'' and [wiki:help/en/howto/info#CloudProviderS3CloudFilesPanel edit the storage class] for already uploaded files using ''File → Info → S3''.
     42You have the option to store files using the ''Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS)'' to reduce costs by storing non-critical, reproducible data at lower levels of redundancy. Set the default storage class in ''Preferences (⌘-,)→ S3'' and [wiki:help/en/howto/info#CloudProviderS3CloudFilesPanel edit the storage class] for already uploaded files using ''File → Info (⌘-I) → S3''.
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    4444== Buckets ==
    4545
    46 To create a new [http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/2006-03-01/index.html?UsingBucket.html bucket] for your account, browse to the root and choose ''File → New Folder...''.  You can choose the bucket location in ''Preferences → S3''. Note that Amazon has a different pricing scheme for different locations. Once created, you cannot change the location of a bucket. Supported locations are:
     46To create a new [http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/2006-03-01/index.html?UsingBucket.html bucket] for your account, browse to the root and choose ''File → New Folder... (⌘-N)''.  You can choose the bucket location in ''Preferences (⌘-,) → S3''. Note that Amazon has a different pricing scheme for different locations. Once created, you cannot change the location of a bucket. Supported locations are:
    4747 * EU (Ireland)
    4848 * US Standard
     
    5555=== Bucket Access Logging ===
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    57 When this option is enabled in the ''File →  Info'' panel of a bucket or any file within, available log records for this bucket are periodically aggregated into log files and delivered to `<bucketname>/logs`.
     57When this option is enabled in the ''File →  Info (⌘-I)'' panel of a bucket or any file within, available log records for this bucket are periodically aggregated into log files and delivered to `<bucketname>/logs`.
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    59 To toggle ''CloudFront'' access logging, select the the [wiki:help/en/howto/cloudfront#CloudFrontAccessLogging Distribution] panel in the ''File → Info '' window.
     59To toggle ''CloudFront'' access logging, select the the [wiki:help/en/howto/cloudfront#CloudFrontAccessLogging Distribution] panel in the ''File → Info (⌘-N)'' window.
    6060
    6161== Folders ==
     
    6868
    6969== Access Control (ACL) ==
    70 Amazon S3 uses Access Control List (ACL) settings to control who may access or modify items stored in S3. By default, all buckets and objects created in S3 are accessible only to the account owner. You can edit ACLs in ''File → Info → Permissions''.
     70Amazon S3 uses Access Control List (ACL) settings to control who may access or modify items stored in S3. By default, all buckets and objects created in S3 are accessible only to the account owner. You can edit ACLs in ''File → Info (⌘-I) → Permissions''.
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    7272[[Image(ACLs.png)]]
     
    8282
    8383=== Default ACLs ===
    84 For new files uploaded, the ACL applied depends on the setting in ''Preferences → Transfers → Permissions → Uploads''. If you want files uploaded accessible to anyone in the browser, make sure to set the following:
     84For new files uploaded, the ACL applied depends on the setting in ''Preferences → Transfers (⌘-T)→ Permissions → Uploads''. If you want files uploaded accessible to anyone in the browser, make sure to set the following:
    8585 * If you have selected to apply ''the permissions of the local file or folder'' for uploads, then check the access permissions of the file in ''Finder.app''. If ''everyone'' is allowed read access in the ''Sharing & Permissions'' section of the Finder.app ''Info'' window, the file should have a `READ` ACL in S3 for `http://acs.amazonaws.com/groups/global/AllUsers`.
    8686 * If you have choosen to set default permissions for uploads, make sure ''Read'' access for ''Others'' is selected in the Upload Permissions Transfer Preferences.
    8787
    8888== Versions ==
    89 [http://aws.amazon.com/s3/faqs/#What_is_Versioning Versioning] can be enabled per bucket in ''File → Info → S3''. You can view all revisions of a file in the browser by choosing ''View → Show Hidden Files''.
     89[http://aws.amazon.com/s3/faqs/#What_is_Versioning Versioning] can be enabled per bucket in ''File → Info (⌘-I)→ S3''. You can view all revisions of a file in the browser by choosing ''View → Show Hidden Files''.
    9090
    9191=== Revert ===
     
    9393
    9494=== Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Delete ===
    95 To enable ''Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Delete'', you need to purchase a compatible [http://aws.amazon.com/mfa/ authentication device]. Toggle MFA in ''File → Info → S3''. When enabled, you are prompted for the device number and one-time token in a login prompt. Never reenter a token in the prompt already used before. A token is only valid for a single request. Wait for the previous token to disapear from the device screen and request a new token from the device.
     95To enable ''Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Delete'', you need to purchase a compatible [http://aws.amazon.com/mfa/ authentication device]. Toggle MFA in ''File → Info (⌘-I) → S3''. When enabled, you are prompted for the device number and one-time token in a login prompt. Never reenter a token in the prompt already used before. A token is only valid for a single request. Wait for the previous token to disapear from the device screen and request a new token from the device.
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    9797[[Image(MFA Credentials.png)]]
     
    103103
    104104=== Signed temporary URLs ===
    105 A private object stored in S3 can be made publicly available for a limited time using a signed URL. The signed URL can be used by anyone to download the object, yet it includes a date and time after which the URL will no longer work. Copy the signed URL from ''File → Info → S3''. Public access to the URL is granted for 24 hours by default.
     105A private object stored in S3 can be made publicly available for a limited time using a signed URL. The signed URL can be used by anyone to download the object, yet it includes a date and time after which the URL will no longer work. Copy the signed URL from ''File → Info (⌘-I) → S3''. Public access to the URL is granted for 24 hours by default.
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    107107 * Choose the lifetime for publicly available auto-expiring signed URL using the [wiki:help/en/howto/preferences#Hiddenconfigurationoptions hidden option] {{{s3.url.expire.seconds}}}.
     
    113113=== BitTorrent URLs ===
    114114
    115 Use ''File →  Info → S3'' to copy the BitTorrent URL of a selected file. The ACL of the object must allow aonymous read. One important thing to note is that the .torrent file describing an Amazon S3 object is generated on-demand, the first time the Torrent URL is requested. Generating the .torrent for an object takes time proportional to the size of that object. For large objects, this time can be significant. Therefore, before publishing a ?torrent link, we suggest making the first request for it yourself. Amazon S3 might take several minutes to respond to this first request, as it generates the .torrent file. Unless you update the object in question, subsequent requests for the .torrent will be fast.
     115Use ''File →  Info (⌘-I) → S3'' to copy the BitTorrent URL of a selected file. The ACL of the object must allow aonymous read. One important thing to note is that the .torrent file describing an Amazon S3 object is generated on-demand, the first time the Torrent URL is requested. Generating the .torrent for an object takes time proportional to the size of that object. For large objects, this time can be significant. Therefore, before publishing a ?torrent link, we suggest making the first request for it yourself. Amazon S3 might take several minutes to respond to this first request, as it generates the .torrent file. Unless you update the object in question, subsequent requests for the .torrent will be fast.
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    117117== Metadata ==
    118118
    119 You can edit standard HTTP headers and add [wiki:help/en/howto/info#MetadataHTTPheaders custom HTTP headers] to files to store [http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/latest/index.html?UsingMetadata.html metadata]. Choose ''File → Info → Metadata'' to edit headers.
     119You can edit standard HTTP headers and add [wiki:help/en/howto/info#MetadataHTTPheaders custom HTTP headers] to files to store [http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AmazonS3/latest/index.html?UsingMetadata.html metadata]. Choose ''File → Info (⌘-I) → Metadata'' to edit headers.
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    121121Refer to the [wiki:help/en/howto/info#MetadataHTTPheaders Info panel] wiki page.
     
    149149'''You need the latest [http://trac.cyberduck.ch/wiki/help/en/faq#NightlyandBetabuilds snapshot build]'''.
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    151 To host a static website on S3, It is possible to define a Amazon S3 bucket as a ''Website Endpoint''. The configuration in ''File → Info → Distribution'' allows you to enable website configuration. Choose ''Website Configuration (HTTP)'' from ''Delivery Method'' and define an index document name that is searched for and returned when requests are made to the root or the subfolder of your website.
     151To host a static website on S3, It is possible to define a Amazon S3 bucket as a ''Website Endpoint''. The configuration in ''File → Info (⌘-I) → Distribution'' allows you to enable website configuration. Choose ''Website Configuration (HTTP)'' from ''Delivery Method'' and define an index document name that is searched for and returned when requests are made to the root or the subfolder of your website.
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    153153To access this website functionality, Amazon S3 exposes a new website endpoint for each region (US Standard, US West, EU, or Asia Pacific). For example, `s3-website-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com` is the endpoint for the Asia Pacific Region. The location is displayed in the ''Where'' field following the ''Origin''.
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