Learn how to use s4cmd with Filebase.
s4cmd is a python based command-line utility for accessing S3-compatible services. s4cmd is intended as an alternative to s3cmd with enhanced performance for large files and with a number of additional features.
Read below to learn how to use s4cmd with Filebase.
Versions of s4cmd below the 2.1.0 release do not support the
--endpoint_urlflag, which is required when using s4cmd with Filebase.
This guide was tested and written using Ubuntu 20.04. Commands may vary based on your operating system and version.
apt-get install s4cmd
This guide uses Ubuntu 20.04. This command will vary based on your operating system and version.
If you do not already have a credentials file from AWS CLI configured, follow these steps:
Then create and edit the credentials file to contain your access key pair:
aws_access_key_id = FILEBASE_ACCESS_KEY
aws_secret_access_key = FILEBASE_SECRET_KEY
Once configured with credentials, can begin using s4cmd.
s4cmd --endpoint-url=https://s3.filebase.com ls
s4cmd --endpoint-url=https://s3.filebase.com mb s3://filebase-sample-bucket
s4cmd --endpoint-url=https://s3.filebase.com cp image.jpg s3://filebase-sample-bucket
s4cmd --endpoint-url=https://s3.filebase.com cp s3://filebase-sample-bucket/image.jpg .