jkersu

I have an existing Silverstripe project using AWS S3 for assets storage. Anyone know of any good/smart ways to make regular backups of the S3 bucket?

jkersu

Has anyone previously ran into issues with wilr/*silverstripe-googlesitemaps* not working due to blocked mixed active content?

jkersu

Ok actually, I think the file abstraction layer handles all the paths for you without having to edit the database @nightjarnz. Some assets are coming through while some are missing. I had to go pass the first page and then I found some assets coming through 🙂 At least the published ones are coming through, its just the draft assets that aren't

jkersu

@nightjarnz Mmm...yeah I would've thought that the SilverStripe file abstraction handles that for you. And I couldn't seem to find how in the database the File object knows where the file is being kept

jkersu

So I'm trying to migrate existing assets to use S3 storage. I've copied the files from my local .protected folder and have moved them into the protected folder on the S3 bucket. I've also moved the other public files into the public folder on the S3 bucket. I've then installed the silverstripe-s3 module. But the files in AssetAdmin are saying File Not Found.. am I missing a step?

jkersu

Righto, I’ll give it all a go. Thanks again 🙂

jkersu

And then CMS file restrictions (like only logged user can see a file) should still work out of the box right?

jkersu

Ok cool thanks. That helps a lot. Actually quite painless to setup once you’ve done it once. Hardest thing was actually trying to get the permissions setup properly on the S3 bucket 🙂

jkersu

With the same folder structure though right?

jkersu

If I’m migrating existing assets to use the silverstripe s3 module, do I need to somehow update the existing File objects with the asset’s new s3 path, after uploading the existing assets to the s3 bucket? I can’t seem to find a guide on what needs to be done (or if anything needs to be done)