s3find 0.5.0

A command line utility to walk an Amazon S3 hierarchy. s3find is an analog of find for Amazon S3.

s3find

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A command line utility to walk an Amazon S3 hierarchy. An analog of find for Amazon S3.

Usage

USAGE:
    s3find [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] <path> [SUBCOMMAND]

FLAGS:
    -h, --help
            Prints help information

        --summarize
            Print summary statistic

    -V, --version
            Prints version information


OPTIONS:
        --aws-access-key <aws-access-key>
            AWS access key. Unrequired.

        --aws-region <aws-region>
            The region to use. Default value is us-east-1 [default: us-east-1]

        --aws-secret-key <aws-secret-key>
            AWS secret key. Unrequired

        --size <bytes-size>...
            File size for match:
                5k - exact match 5k,
                +5k - bigger than 5k,
                -5k - smaller than 5k,

            Possible file size units are as follows:
                k - kilobytes (1024 bytes)
                M - megabytes (1024 kilobytes)
                G - gigabytes (1024 megabytes)
                T - terabytes (1024 gigabytes)
                P - petabytes (1024 terabytes)
        --iname <ipatern>...
            Case-insensitive glob pattern for match, can be multiple

        --limit <limit>
            Limit result

        --name <npatern>...
            Glob pattern for match, can be multiple

        --page-size <number>
            The number of results to return in each response to a
            list operation. The default value is 1000 (the maximum
            allowed). Using a lower value may help if an operation
            times out. [default: 1000]
        --regex <rpatern>...
            Regex pattern for match, can be multiple

        --mtime <time>...
            Modification time for match, a time period:
                +5d - for period from now-5d to now
                -5d - for period  before now-5d

            Possible time units are as follows:
                s - seconds
                m - minutes
                h - hours
                d - days
                w - weeks

            Can be multiple, but should be overlaping

ARGS:
    <path>
            S3 path to walk through. It should be s3://bucket/path


SUBCOMMANDS:
    copy        Copy matched keys to a s3 destination
    delete      Delete matched keys
    download    Download matched keys
    exec        Exec any shell program with every key
    help        Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)
    ls          Print the list of matched keys
    lstags      Print the list of matched keys with tags
    move        Move matched keys to a s3 destination
    nothing     Do not do anything with keys, do not print them as well
    print       Extended print with detail information
    public      Make the matched keys public available (readonly)
    tags        Set the tags(overwrite) for the matched keys


The authorization flow is the following chain:
  * use credentials from arguments provided by users
  * use environment variable credentials: AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
  * use credentials via aws file profile.
    Profile can be set via environment variable AWS_PROFILE
    Profile file can be set via environment variable AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE
  * use AWS instance IAM profile
  * use AWS container IAM profile

Examples

Find path by glob pattern

Print

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' print

Delete

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' delete

List

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' ls

List keys with tags

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' lstags

Exec

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' exec 'echo {}'

Download

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' download

Copy files to another s3 location

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*.dat' copy -f 's3://example-bucket/example-path2'

Move files to another s3 location

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*.dat' move -f 's3://example-bucket/example-path2'

Set tags

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*9*' tags 'key:value' 'env:staging'

Make public available

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*9*' public

Find path by case insensitive glob pattern

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --iname '*s*' ls

Find path by regex pattern

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --regex '1$' print

Find path by size

Exact match

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --size 0 print

Larger

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --size +10M print

Smaller

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --size -10k print

Find path by time

Files modified since last 10 seconds

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --time 10 print

Files modified for the period before last 10 minutes

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --time +10m print

Files modified since last 10 hours

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --time -10h print

Multiple filters

Same filters

Files with size between 10 and 20 bytes

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --size +10 --size -20 print

Different filters

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --size +10 --name '*file*' print

Additional control

Select limited number of keys

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' --limit 10

Limit page size of the request

s3find 's3://example-bucket/example-path' --name '*' --page-size 100

How to build and install

Requirements: rust and cargo

# Build
cargo build --release

# Install from local source
cargo install

# Install latest from git
cargo install --git https://github.com/AnderEnder/s3find-rs

# Install from crate package
cargo install s3find