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The following minimal example appears to work:

#!/usr/bin/perl use Modern::Perl '2021'; use Net::Amazon::S3::Client; # edit these my $aws_access_key_id = '...'; my $aws_secret_access_key = '...'; my $host = '...'; my $bucket_name = '...'; my $secure = 1; my $client = Net::Amazon::S3::Client->new ( host => $host, aws_access_key_id => $aws_access_key_id, aws_secret_access_key => $aws_secret_access_key, secure => $secure, retry => 1, ); my $bucket = $client->bucket( name => $bucket_name ); my $object = $bucket->object( key => $ARGV[0] ); $object->get_callback(sub { my $s = length($_[0]); print STDERR "Got chunk size $s\n"; # do something with $_[0] });

This is applicable if you want to serve a file from an S3 compatible storage via an async backend.

The get_callback method is not documented (it is mentioned in passing only in Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object::Range), but in the end it works.


In reply to Streaming download from S3 compatible storage by kikuchiyo

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