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How can I deploy to a specific direcory in my S3 bucket

I'm using the aws-s3-deply pipe to deploy artifacts from my pipeline build to my S3 bucket and it works great.


I would like to be able to deploy to a sub-folder in the s3 bucket rather than the root directory.  I tried adding a subdirectory specification to the S3_BUCKET variable definition but that did not work.


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Hi @3baileys ,

Thank you for your feedback!
Can you provide us with your pipelines configuration to help you?


Here's a minimal configuration which puts a time stamped example file on my S3 bucket in the root directory (formatting may be messed up):

    name: bibrin/fruitloops

    depth: full


               - step:
                      - echo "Pipeline test" > "$(date +"%Y_%m_%d_%I_%M_%p").txt"
                      - pipe: atlassian/aws-s3-deploy:0.2.1
                               AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: $AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
                               AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: $AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
                               AWS_DEFAULT_REGION: "us-east-1"
                               S3_BUCKET: "s3-bucket-name"
                               LOCAL_PATH: "$(pwd)"
                         - 2020*.txt


What I'd like to do is put the file into a subdirectory.  Perhaps by setting a REMOTE_PATH: "subdir" variable?

@3baileys ,

S3_BUCKET parameter can be 's3-bucket-name/logs' and files will store in the "logs" of s3-bucket-name:

- echo "Pipeline test" > "$(date +"%Y_%m_%d_%I_%M_%p").txt"
- pipe: atlassian/aws-s3-deploy:0.3.5
S3_BUCKET: 's3-bucket-name/logs'
LOCAL_PATH: $(pwd)
EXTRA_ARGS: "--exclude=* --include=2020*.txt"

Also, better to use the newest pipe's version.

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@Oleksandr Kyrdanis it a possibility to update the in the pipes repository?

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@Oleksandr KyrdanI've got a branch ready for a PR but unfortunately I've got no rights to push anything.

Hi @rickvschalkwijk ,

good suggestion, thank you! We'll update the Readme for the aws-s3-deploy pipe.

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