Use s3-streamlogger with DigitalOcean Spaces

I am using s3-streamlogger along with DigitalOcean Spaces, and in order to create logs into my bucket I use the following code:

import { S3StreamLogger } from 's3-streamlogger';

const s3Stream = new S3StreamLogger({
  bucket: "mybucket",
  config: {
    endpoint: ''
  access_key_id: "MY_ACCESS_KEY",
  secret_access_key: "MY_SECRET_KEY",
  tags: {type: "error", project: "myproject"}

s3Stream.write("hello S3");

In the configuguration, if I omit the tags: {type: "error", project: "myproject"} an InvalidArgument: Null exception is raised.

Is this a normal behavior or an incompatibility with S3?


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Hey friend!

To me that sounds like the application is kicking back the configuration, but if you’re seeing more that indicates our servers returned that message, please correct me as I may be wrong. I’m taking a shot in the dark here because I’m just not big into using object storage in it’s intended ways myself, but is there a chance that when you remove that line the configuration is kicking back because of the trailing comma at the end of the secret_access_key line?

I realize it could be a very stupid question and no help at all, but I figured it was worth a try as no one else was weighing in on it.