I believe I have a problem with multipart uploads. I'm currently uploading a set of archive files that are all 150MB each. The command I use is:
# s3cmd put <filename> s3://<bucket> --mime-type=application/x-dar 2>&1 >> backup.log
The average upload speed that s3cmd is reporting is 105kB/s. Does that seem slow? I believe there is only one single upload, as when I run netstat -nputw, only one socket is listed for python:-
tcp 0 61736 192.168.1.2:51874 188.8.131.52:443 ESTABLISHED 7886/python
Would this list many connections if doing a multipart upload? If I check the multiparts using s3cmd, I get:-
root@nas:~# s3cmd multipart s3://<bucket>
Initiated Path Id
2014-06-26T18:09:42.000Z s3://<bucket>/backup_2014-06-24_full.116.dar SAuMBSqDY.7xXZ3bOVNzpiqcmbqPbgVhzeMx4hnCMNE_LKCqvPN5_Z8MlSxcReNBRARy9.r6iH6vBK9cyF1KsQ--
Can anyone tell whether I am getting multiparts uploads or not, and if not, why that might be?
My version of s3cmd is 1.5.0-beta1, with python version 2.7.3.
Thanks for any help, and thanks to all the developers for a great tool.