We use the aws-s3-deploy pipe with the following configuration to upload files from the repository to s3.
- pipe: atlassian/aws-s3-deploy:0.2.1
Even though no of the files in `resources` has changed, the entire folder is uploaded on each deployment.
The files in the given local path are commited in the repository and should also not be affected by any other steps in the deployment.
Hi @Nicolas . The pipe users the s3 sync CLI under the hood, so it's a bit tricky to sync only changed files. One possible solution might be to use the combination of --exclude/--include options (see the sync command reference for details). You can pass them via the EXTRA_ARGS pipe variable. Basically, you could get the list of changed files from git and include these files and exclude files that were unchanged.
@Nicolas you could also try to add --size-only to the EXTRA_ARGS pipe variable. This will tell the aws s3 sync to only upload files that have changed the size. See https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/s3/sync.html for how this option affects the sync command behavior.
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