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Rake task for migrating paperclip attachments stored on S3 when you have to change your path.
namespace :paperclip_migration do
desc 'Migrate data'
task :migrate_s3 => :environment do
# Make sure that all of the models have been loaded so any attachments are registered
puts 'Loading models...'
Dir[Rails.root.join('app', 'models', '**/*')].each { |file| File.basename(file, '.rb').camelize.constantize }
# Iterate through all of the registered attachments
puts 'Migrating attachments...'
attachment_registry.each_definition do |klass, name, options|
puts "Migrating #{klass}: #{name}"
klass.find_each(batch_size: 100) do |instance|
attachment = instance.send(name)
unless attachment.blank?
attachment.styles.each do |style_name, style|
old_path = interpolator.interpolate(old_path_option, attachment, style_name)
new_path = interpolator.interpolate(new_path_option, attachment, style_name)
# puts "#{style_name}:\n\told: #{old_path}\n\tnew: #{new_path}"
s3_copy(s3_bucket, old_path, new_path)
end
end
end
end
puts 'Completed migration.'
end
#############################################################################
private
# Paperclip Configuration
def attachment_registry
Paperclip::AttachmentRegistry
end
def s3_bucket
ENV['S3_BUCKET']
end
def old_path_option
':class/:id_partition/:attachment/:hash.:extension'
end
def new_path_option
':class/:attachment/:id_partition/:style/:filename'
end
def interpolator
Paperclip::Interpolations
end
# S3
def s3
AWS::S3.new(access_key_id: ENV['S3_KEY'], secret_access_key: ENV['S3_SECRET'])
end
def s3_copy(bucket, source, destination)
source_object = s3.buckets[bucket].objects[source]
destination_object = source_object.copy_to(destination, {metadata: source_object.metadata.to_h})
destination_object.acl = source_object.acl
puts "Copied #{source}"
rescue Exception => e
puts "*Unable to copy #{source} - #{e.message}"
end
end

Vic-L commented Oct 29, 2015

This probably saved a kg of my hair..thx!

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