• streamworksaudio


    Hi guys,

    Just updated your WP Offload S3 Lite plugin today, and I think there may be a conflict with some code that is used in the our Rackspace Cloud SDK scripts.

    Our script uses this code….

    require ABSPATH . 'vendor/autoload.php';
    use OpenCloud\Rackspace;
    use OpenCloud\ObjectStore\Constants\UrlType;
    $client = new Rackspace(Rackspace::US_IDENTITY_ENDPOINT, array(
        'username' => '******',
        'apiKey'   => '******'

    This is used to setup the OpenCloud SDK and it creates a 500 error. I A/B tested this by removing that block (which results in no error).


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  • Plugin Contributor ianmjones


    We’ve just released WP Offload S3 Lite 1.3.2 to fix this bug, please let us know whether it works for you.

    Thread Starter streamworksaudio


    That has seemed to fix it. I will let you know if I see any further issues.


    Thread Starter streamworksaudio


    Sorry, just a question… so we can deactivate the Amazon Web Services plugin now? It says that it is no longer required for WP Offload S3 Lite


    Matt Shaw


    Yep, you can deactivate/remove the Amazon Web Services with this version.

    Thread Starter streamworksaudio


    Thanks Matt,

    I have the AWS access keys set in the wp-config.php file, do I have to move them to the database or anything first?

    Plugin Contributor ianmjones


    Nope, keys are fine to stay in the wp-config.php file as is.

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