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What about Jungle Disk? It will set up an s3 account as a local drive. I'm not sure what sync capabilities it has natively, but your mac has rsync built-in and you could use that. There's more discussion about other Amazon s3 clients in the question about the best Amazon s3 file manager utility.
Go to aws.amazon.com and click Account > Usage Reports After signing in, select Amazon Simple Storage Service from the Service drop down and then select TimedStorage-ByteHrs from the Usage Types drop down. Select the period of time you want to be reported and use the buttons at the bottom to download the report. The usage report gives a storage total for ...
I found the answer using Python: import boto cf = boto.connect_cloudfront('aws_access_key_id', 'aws_secret_access_key') cf.create_invalidation_request("distribution_id", ["/path1","/path2"]) Documentation: boto.connect_cloudfront create_invalidation_request
As a side note: I'd love to mail them a storage device for the first dump And you're also prepared to use such service when you need to restore your whole system? If not, then you may want to consider if an online backup really suits your needs, and see some generic thoughts on some test results at Best choice for a personal “online backup” in ...
There is a service which allows you to access an S3 bucket with rsync, http://www.s3rsync.com/ They charge for the bandwidth in/out and an hourly fee (billed by the minute) for access to their rsync servers within Amazon's EC2. Being within EC2 you're not charged for the traffic between your S3 bucket and their servers but you will still have to pay S3 ...
You can download the Bucket Explorer latest version from here: Last Bucket Explorer Using it you can differentiate between the RRS objects, Glacier objects and Standard object using color combination. See the screenshots:
Arq is an online backup tool for Mac, which uses Amazon S3 as backup storage. Arq stores the backup data in your own Amazon S3 account, encrypted with your own password using AES-256. Backups are stored in an open format documented on the website.
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