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I have a CentOS server online with a directory of cPmove files I need to back up to Amazon Glacier. I only have command line access, no GUI.

I need a command line client that is relatively easy to use to upload the files. For example I have used dropbox_uploader.sh before ( https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader ) with this simple bash script:

#!/bin/bash
find /backup_folder -maxdepth 1 -name "cpmove-*.tar.gz" | while read CPMOVE
do
   ./dropbox_uploader.sh upload ${CPMOVE}
done

I saw this one: https://github.com/carlossg/glacier-cli but I don't have java installed on the server and am a bit hesistant to install it, due to all the security issues lately.

I do have python and ruby:

me@server [/home]# python -V
Python 2.4.3
root@server [/home]# ruby --version
ruby 1.8.7 (2012-06-29 patchlevel 370) [i686-linux]
me@server [/home]#

Is there a ruby (preferable) or python or other language (less preferable) amazon glacier command line client?)

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Sorry, I had not looked into Glacier in depth, I thought you had normal ssh access. Answer deleted. –  terdon Feb 5 '13 at 2:42
    
I have since found out that I can upload to s3 with ruby's fog gem. Then, from s3's aws management console, I can set an expiration policy and have the files archived to glacier. Works. Also, fog supports Glacier directly but I haven't looked into that yet. For anyone that's curious, here's my ruby script for uploading to s3: gist.github.com/ivanoats/4712421 –  Ivanoats Feb 5 '13 at 7:32

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There is another software also named glacier-cli (https://github.com/basak/glacier-cli) but in python that seems to work pretty well.

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Try vsespb/mt-aws-glacier – Perl multithreaded multipart sync to Amazon Glacier with easy deploy instructions for CentOS.

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