public class TransportAmazonS3 extends HttpTransport implements WalkTransportTransport over the non-Git aware Amazon S3 protocol.
This transport communicates with the Amazon S3 servers (a non-free commercial hosting service that users must subscribe to). Some users may find transport to and from S3 to be a useful backup service.
The transport does not require any specialized Git support on the remote (server side) repository, as Amazon does not provide any such support. Repository files are retrieved directly through the S3 API, which uses extended HTTP/1.1 semantics. This make it possible to read or write Git data from a remote repository that is stored on S3.
Unlike the HTTP variant (see
TransportHttp) we rely upon being able to list objects in a bucket, as the S3 API supports this function. By listing the bucket contents we can avoid relying on
info/refsin the remote repository.
Concurrent pushing over this transport is not supported. Multiple concurrent push operations may cause confusion in the repository state.
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All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
openFetch()Begins a new connection for fetching from the remote repository.
openPush()Begins a new connection for pushing into the remote repository.
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.jgit.transport.HttpTransport
Methods inherited from class org.eclipse.jgit.transport.Transport
applyConfig, fetch, fetch, findRemoteRefUpdatesFor, findRemoteRefUpdatesFor, findRemoteRefUpdatesFor, findRemoteRefUpdatesFor, getCredentialsProvider, getDeepenNots, getDeepenSince, getDepth, getFilterBlobLimit, getFilterSpec, getObjectChecker, getOptionReceivePack, getOptionUploadPack, getPackConfig, getPushOptions, getTagOpt, getTimeout, getTransportProtocols, getURI, isCheckFetchedObjects, isDryRun, isFetchThin, isPushAtomic, isPushThin, isRemoveDeletedRefs, open, open, open, open, open, open, open, openAll, openAll, openAll, openAll, openFetch, push, push, register, setCheckFetchedObjects, setCredentialsProvider, setDeepenNots, setDeepenSince, setDepth, setDepth, setDryRun, setFetchThin, setFilterBlobLimit, setFilterSpec, setObjectChecker, setOptionReceivePack, setOptionUploadPack, setPackConfig, setPushAtomic, setPushOptions, setPushThin, setRemoveDeletedRefs, setTagOpt, setTimeout, unregister
public FetchConnection openFetch() throws TransportExceptionBegins a new connection for fetching from the remote repository.
If the transport has no local repository, the fetch connection can only be used for reading remote refs.
public PushConnection openPush() throws TransportExceptionBegins a new connection for pushing into the remote repository.
public void close()
Close any resources used by this transport.
If the remote repository is contacted by a network socket this method must close that network socket, disconnecting the two peers. If the remote repository is actually local (same system) this method must close any open file handles used to read the "remote" repository.
AutoClosable.close()declares that it throws
Exception. Implementers shouldn't throw checked exceptions. This override narrows the signature to prevent them from doing so.