I am creating an AMI (Amazon EC2 server image) for all the servers I'm working on. Every server image is separated into some dozens of tar files:
Splitting /mnt/routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.tar.gz.enc... Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.00 Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.01 Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.02 Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.03 Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.04 ... ... Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.48 Created routing-4-server-Ubuntu-x86-64.part.49
When I upload these files to a bucket called
my-servers-august-9, I get a big mess of files. It will be a a problem when I want to delete some images.
I have tried to store them under subfolders, but this concept seems not to be working in the S3 environment, and the explanations in the Amazon forums quite baffling.
Any idea how can I create this folder structure?
my-servers-august-9 routing server x86-64 file file file ... i386 file file file ... other-server1 type files type files other-server2 type files