Hi Steve,

it's not opening Pandora's box - s3cmd already has a decent support for CloudFront. And yes, this invalidation is on my TODO list. Actually I've seen a patch for this floating around a while ago. Will try to dig it up...


On 11/09/2010 02:45 PM, Steve Jenkins wrote:

Sorry for the repost – I inadvertently hijacked another thread by pressing “Reply to All” and forgot to delete the subject line and previous thread. My apologies. Original post (with proper subject) below:


I realize that s3cmd is for S3 commands (duh), but we’ve been using s3cmd to upload graphics from our server to a bucket which then get pushed out to our CDN on CloudFront. With new files, they push out right away. But when we overwrite files in our bucket, we have to manually invalidate them on CloudFront (http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2010/08/31/cloudfront-adds-invalidation-feature/)


Maybe it’s opening Pandora’s box to add a feature like this to s3cmd, but do you have any plans to add CloudFront invalidation as an option so I don’t have to use a second tool just to update content on our CDN?





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