I currently have a set of files on S3 that are private. I need to temporarily generate a public, signed URL. This works with the boto API (see the code at the end). How can I do this programmatically with Spaces?
conn = S3Connection(access_key, secret_key) return conn.generate_url( expires_in=expiry_in_sec, method='GET', bucket=MediaService.__find_bucket_name_from_url(raw_url), key=MediaService.__find_path_from_url(raw_url), query_auth=True, force_http=(not https) )
Does the S3 compatibility work for
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Currently pre-signed URLs generated using the AWS v4 signature type are not supported. Unfortunately, v4 signatures are the default in most places, so this can cause some issues. Luckily, most clients allow you to override this.
boto3, you can configure your session to use the v2 signature type with:
s3as the value for
signature_versionwill force v3 signature. While v4 is the defualt, you can explicitly use it by passing
Then you can generate a functioning pre-signed url using:
ExpiresInargument. By default, pre-signed URLs will expire in an hour (3600 seconds). This example sets it to expire in 5 minutes. See the boto3 docs for more info.
Is AWS v4 signature supported now? (almost May 2018)
Is there a ruby example instead of python’s boto3?
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As of 26 August 2019 , aws-java-sdk-s3 version 1.11.616 works perfectly , no need to change anything