I'm looking for a hacky way to create temporary URLs with Minio
I see on the Laravel docs it says: Generating temporary storage URLs via the temporaryUrl method is not supported when using MinIO.
However from some digging I noticed that I can upload images successfully using:
I can't view them because the temporary url is on http://minio:9000/xxx
If I change the AWS endpoint to
The temporary url is on http://localhost:9000/xxx, the signature is validated and the file can be viewed.
The issue exists in this call to make the command. The $command needs to have the host changed but I don't know if I can do that by just passing in an option.
$command = $this->client->getCommand('GetObject', array_merge([
'Bucket' => $this->config['bucket'],
'Key' => $this->prefixer->prefixPath($path),
There is also the option to just change the baseUrl by providing a temporary_url in the filesystem config. however, because the URL has changed the signature is invalid.
Is there a way I can update the S3Client to use a different host either by passing an option to the getCommand function or by passing a new S3Client to the AWS adapter to use the correct host?