does that mean that the Ubuntu package is not very useful, it has the next dependencies: php5-common (>= 5.3.3), php-pear (>= 1.4.0), php-guzzle (>= 3.0.3), php5-curl So Guzzle is there also,, I can see it under /usr/share/php/Guzzle
which would make thing that it is not built in, but like I said you can create multipel threads to process the requests concurrently
okay, so there's no built-in method with the aws-sdk-php library to fork/queue uploads?
That appears to be the case. But you can roll one yourself. Or do a little more digging and find one. I foudn one in python, someone no doubt did something somewhere in PHP.
thanks. and just to double check, is there another library of aws-sdk besides php that would support pre-generating a list of transfers, and then just pass it to an sdk api and it would take care of uploading everything?
does somebody have the same problem or some suggestion for this?
@YohaanYoon could you open an issue on GitHub with a code sample?
@robertcasanova that looks like an outbound networking issue. Are you sure the docker container hosting the app can contact the internet?
@jeskew thx for your answer. I tryed to reboot and then it works: it happens randomly. Probably, as you said, is something with docker. Thx.
Hi - I've got a quick question about the automatic handling of ProvisionedThroughputExceededExceptions when writing items to DynamoDB - my understanding is that the SDK handles these automatically, but on my test server, I can see these are being thrown from the SDK. I'm intentionally trying to test this behaviour so I've provisioned a table with 1 Unit of Read Capacity and 1 Unity of Write Capacity, and have a script that will definitely exceed this. I suspect that I'm reaching some internal retry limit, but I've not been able to find documentation on this - can anyone point me to whereabouts in the code the retry logic is handled so I can confirm?