Parallels Version 16.0.1 (48919) VM running on iMac macOS 10.15.6 (19G2021)
VM has 2 cores and 8 GB RAM. It is only used for Office, and has no other software installed
Windows 10 Pro v1909 Build 18363.1082
Latest system updates as of this AM
- os/arch: windows/amd64
- go version: go1.15
Mount S3 bucket at login or on command
Daily overwrite of small CSV file generated in Excel via VBS. The script writes to the volume.
Config options, starting after naming:
1- enter keys
1- USA east
blank- default endpoint
1- USA east
4- Owner full access. Auth users read. An AWS python app with an authed IAM role reads the csv every day, but doesn’t require write access.
1- no encryption
1- no KMS
2- standard storage
Command used to access is:
.\rclone mount NAME:BUCKET\FOLDER Q: --vfs-cache-mode full`
So it becomes the Q drive
All that works fine, and the VBS script writes to the volume/bucket either via overwrite or not. I also seem to have full control via FIle Explorer.
The problem is that it keeps retrying to upload the file every 5 minutes whenever I restart the service
2020/09/15 08:28:47 ERROR : FILENAME.csv: vfs cache: failed to upload try #15, will retry in 5m0s: vfs cache: failed to transfer file from cache to remote: s3 upload: 403 Forbidden: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Error><Code>AccessDenied</Code><Message>Access Denied</Message><RequestId>REQID</RequestId><HostId>HOSTID=</HostId></Error>
FWIW, it doesn’t matter if I overwrite, or delete the old file first via File Explorer.
Thanks. Is this a cache issue? The file is only 25kb, so I’m not sure I even need the cache