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PivNet Product Admins - Do you use the "Filepicker" within PivNet to upload your files to S3?

Created about 4 years ago
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I usually use gof3r (https://github.com/rlmcpherson/s3gof3r) to upload directly to Pivnet S3. It's really fast, and my files are usually >5GB so that's a big plus. -RyanCreated about 4 years ago
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I used it when I was new to pivnet, but once I became more familiar I switched to s3cmd for everything.Created about 4 years ago
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It is convenient to share our files with google drive and when a build is release worthy, use filepicker.io to move it straight there without having to upload it from my machine.Created almost 4 years ago
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I use the filepicker currently, but plan to move to direct S3 upload soon.Created almost 4 years ago
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Both - our CI pipelines for our standard range of products upload directly to the S3 bucket, we find this easier as well with big files as the filepicker.io thing doesnt seem to like anything above 2/3gb. For ad-hoc items like partner tiles that i help out with such as CloudBees or consolidate things like the Diego release, i use the filepicker.io interface. Created about 4 years ago
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For big files I use s3gof3r, for docs I use the filepicker.io UI Created about 4 years ago
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The Greenplum product suite and associated releases have far too many files to upload individually via Filepicker. We use s3cmd and will be investigating other options as well (gof3r). Using the PivNet API in conjunction with S3 command line tools allow us to automate the majority of tasks associated with a PivNet release.Created about 4 years ago
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