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S3cmd is REALLY useful and many thanks for it.
One job I am using it for is for backup and syncing between multiple computers. I am having problems deleting local copies of files, however. When a file has been deleted from a bucket and I sync a computer to the bucket (using --delete-removed and -f) the output of s3cmd tells me that the relevant local files have been deleted to match the bucket, but the files have not actually been deleted.
If I am missing something simple I would appreciate a nudge in the right direction!
Ah, my bad, the command for actually removing the files has been left commented out :-(
Please use the most recent SVN version (0.9.9-pre2+svn), the bug is fixed there.
Michal, thank you for your speedy help!
Having tried 0.9.9-pre2+svn the files now delete; thank you. However, when syncing (downloading from the bucket) I get the following;
ERROR: (path/file): object_get() takes exactly 4 arguments (3 given)
...for each file and the files are empty. This is a pretty scary outcome!
Doh! That's the new code for download continuation. Apparently I haven't tested it with 'sync', only with 'get' :-(
It's fixed in SVN, please update your s3cmd copy.
I've updated and all seems well. I've tested in Linux and OS X. Many thanks for your quick updates and help.