Thanks Jeff...

I wanted to get the periodic info.. I'll try to do that...



On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 10:02 AM, Jeff Ross <jross@openvistas.net> wrote:
On 06/23/11 17:20, Mete Rodoper wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
>
> I don't see it working with tee. Nothing is coming out.
>
> ./s3cmd put /blah/blah s://My-Bucket/ >/tmp/blah
> or
> ./s3cmd put /blah/blah s://My-Bucket/ | tee /tmp/blah
>
> /tmp/blah is always empty.
>
> When you use tee, do you see the periodic upload progress stdouts in
> your logs? percentage, kb uploaded, ...
>

Here's a snip from the e-mail I get:
File 'home.gz.aaa' stored as 's3://4.samsara1.wykids.org/home.gz.aaa'
(901 bytes in 5.7 seconds, 156.83 B/s) [1 of 1]
File 'root.gz.aaa' stored as 's3://4.samsara1.wykids.org/root.gz.aaa'
(13861 bytes in 0.4 seconds, 36.57 kB/s) [1 of 1]
File 'var.gz.aaa' stored as 's3://4.samsara1.wykids.org/var.gz.aaa' (726
bytes in 0.3 seconds, 2.62 kB/s) [1 of 1]
File 'var.log.gz.aaa' stored as
's3://4.samsara1.wykids.org/var.log.gz.aaa' (3666 bytes in 0.3 seconds,
11.93 kB/s) [1 of 1]
File 'var.www.gz.aaa' stored as
's3://4.samsara1.wykids.org/var.www.gz.aaa' (2100 bytes in 0.5 seconds,
4.21 kB/s) [1 of 1]

So, no I don't see periodic upload progress, but I do see the end result
of X bytes in Y seconds, X {B,kB}/s for each file uploaded.

Jeff

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