Perform a multipart copy of an Amazon S3 object using an Amazon SDK - Amazon Simple Storage Service
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Perform a multipart copy of an Amazon S3 object using an Amazon SDK

The following code example shows how to perform a multipart copy of an Amazon S3 object.

Amazon SDK for .NET

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using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.S3; using Amazon.S3.Model; public class MPUapiCopyObj { private const string SourceBucket = "doc-example-bucket1"; private const string TargetBucket = "doc-example-bucket2"; private const string SourceObjectKey = ""; private const string TargetObjectKey = ""; /// <summary> /// This method starts the multi-part upload. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { var s3Client = new AmazonS3Client(); Console.WriteLine("Copying object..."); await MPUCopyObjectAsync(s3Client); } /// <summary> /// This method uses the passed client object to perform a multipart /// copy operation. /// </summary> /// <param name="client">An Amazon S3 client object that will be used /// to perform the copy.</param> public static async Task MPUCopyObjectAsync(AmazonS3Client client) { // Create a list to store the copy part responses. var copyResponses = new List<CopyPartResponse>(); // Setup information required to initiate the multipart upload. var initiateRequest = new InitiateMultipartUploadRequest { BucketName = TargetBucket, Key = TargetObjectKey, }; // Initiate the upload. InitiateMultipartUploadResponse initResponse = await client.InitiateMultipartUploadAsync(initiateRequest); // Save the upload ID. string uploadId = initResponse.UploadId; try { // Get the size of the object. var metadataRequest = new GetObjectMetadataRequest { BucketName = SourceBucket, Key = SourceObjectKey, }; GetObjectMetadataResponse metadataResponse = await client.GetObjectMetadataAsync(metadataRequest); var objectSize = metadataResponse.ContentLength; // Length in bytes. // Copy the parts. var partSize = 5 * (long)Math.Pow(2, 20); // Part size is 5 MB. long bytePosition = 0; for (int i = 1; bytePosition < objectSize; i++) { var copyRequest = new CopyPartRequest { DestinationBucket = TargetBucket, DestinationKey = TargetObjectKey, SourceBucket = SourceBucket, SourceKey = SourceObjectKey, UploadId = uploadId, FirstByte = bytePosition, LastByte = bytePosition + partSize - 1 >= objectSize ? objectSize - 1 : bytePosition + partSize - 1, PartNumber = i, }; copyResponses.Add(await client.CopyPartAsync(copyRequest)); bytePosition += partSize; } // Set up to complete the copy. var completeRequest = new CompleteMultipartUploadRequest { BucketName = TargetBucket, Key = TargetObjectKey, UploadId = initResponse.UploadId, }; completeRequest.AddPartETags(copyResponses); // Complete the copy. CompleteMultipartUploadResponse completeUploadResponse = await client.CompleteMultipartUploadAsync(completeRequest); } catch (AmazonS3Exception e) { Console.WriteLine($"Error encountered on server. Message:'{e.Message}' when writing an object"); } catch (Exception e) { Console.WriteLine($"Unknown encountered on server. Message:'{e.Message}' when writing an object"); } } }

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