Data to S3 with command line and encryption

This article details how to archive folders with their contents, encrypt the archives, upload them to S3, and remove the local copies.  A typical usage might be to archive the version of a website that I have with twenty thousand files on a certain date before changing the folder layouts of images for ten thousand images.

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Zip files and UUID from Bash

Two quick items for .bashrc.  The archive command takes a folder name and zips its contents.  The UUID produces a unique number easily. archive() { read -p “Enter folder name: ” name && zip -rv9 $name-$(\ date +”%Y-%m-%d-%H%M%p”).zip $name; } uuid() { UUID=$(cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid) && echo $UUID; }

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