Mm, never mind, looks like we ran out of space on our ec2 instance.


On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Emily Wang <emiwang@uber.com> wrote:
Problem: S3DownloadError: Download failed for: /logs/dispatch.events/2013/11/17/dispatch.events-peak1-0-00000013814523120721-00000013814791555761.log.gzS3cmd:   1.5.0-alpha1
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/s3cmd", line 2037, in <module>    main()  File "/usr/bin/s3cmd", line 1978, in main    cmd_func(args)
  File "/usr/bin/s3cmd", line 466, in cmd_object_get    response = s3.object_get(uri, dst_stream, start_position = start_position, extra_label = seq_label)
  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 460, in object_get    response = self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, start_position)  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 934, in recv_file    return self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, current_position, retries - 1)
  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 934, in recv_file    return self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, current_position, retries - 1)
  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 934, in recv_file    return self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, current_position, retries - 1)  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 934, in recv_file    return self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, current_position, retries - 1)
  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 934, in recv_file    return self.recv_file(request, stream, labels, current_position, retries - 1)
  File "/usr/share/s3cmd/S3/S3.py", line 936, in recv_file    raise S3DownloadError("Download failed for: %s" % resource['uri'])S3DownloadError: Download failed for: /logs/dispatch.events/2013/11/17/dispatch.events-peak1-0-00000013814523120721-00000013814791555761.log.gz