# Getting s3 objects with Rails

Demo code:

begin

s3 = AWS::S3.new
bucket = s3.buckets[ENV['BUCKET_NAME']]
bucket.objects.create(fname, data)
object = bucket.objects[fname]
exported_url   =  object.url_for(:get, {expires: 3.weeks,
response_content_type: "text/csv", response_content_disposition:
"attachment; filename=#{fname}.csv"}).to_s
rescue Aws::S3::Errors::ServiceError => e
puts e.message
end


Are there any issues if uploading a large file to s3? I mean, that issues will affect my code. Will it handle that situation for large files? Should I go for the multipart options in s3?

2. When you rescue exceptions, you just puts them, which you're likely to ignore in production. You should be logging that exception to a place that you can get ahold of it later. I would personally just not rescue it and use BugSnag or similar in my application to ensure that errors are collected and kept for resolution.