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The AmazonS3 module allows the local file system to be replaced with S3. Uploads are saved into the Drupal file table using D7's file/stream wrapper system.
You can switch it on as the default file system scheme, or individually for file and image fields.
You will need to set allowurlfopen to on your PHP settings. This option enables the URL-aware fopen wrappers that enable accessing URL object like files. See http://uk.php.net/manual/en/function.fopen.php
Some curl libraries, such as the one bundled with MAMP, do not come with authoritative certificate files.
Bucket names with "." in them
Newer versions of OpenSSL also have issues with buckets with "." in their names. Bucket names with dots in them will use a slightly different path when delivering files over SSL. This is only relevant if you're not using a CNAME to alias a bucket to your own domain. See https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=69108&start=0&tstart=...
Image styles are delivered first through the private file system, which generates a derivative on S3 and is served from S3 thereafter. Don't expect it to be fast the first time!
- Download and install Libraries, AWS SDK and AmazonS3 Drupal modules.
- Configure AWS SDK at /admin/config/media/awssdk
- Configure your bucket setttings at /admin/config/media/amazon
- Change individual fields to upload to S3 in the field settings
- Use AmazonS3 instead of the public file system (although there are a few issues due to core hardcoding the use of public:// in a few places e.g. aggregated CSS and JS). Go to /admin/config/media/file-system and set the default download method to Amazon.
You can modify the generated URL and it's properties, this is very useful for setting Cache-Control and Expires headers (as long as you aren't using CloudFront).
You can also alter the metadata for each object saved to S3 with hook_amazons3_save_headers(). This is very useful for forcing the content-disposition header to force download files if they're being delivered through CloudFront presigned URLs.
- Maintenance status: Actively maintained
- Development status: Under active development
- Module categories: File Management, Media, Performance and Scalability, Third-party Integration
- Reported installs: 2,309 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 20,347
- Last modified: December 2, 2014