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   * Copyright 2012-2015 Amazon Technologies, Inc.
   * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
   * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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Input stream representing the content of an S3Object. In addition to the methods supplied by the class, S3ObjectInputStream supplies the abort() method, which will terminate an HTTP connection to the S3 object.
 public class S3ObjectInputStream extends SdkFilterInputStream {
     private final HttpRequestBase httpRequest;
     public S3ObjectInputStream(InputStream inHttpRequestBase httpRequest) {
     public S3ObjectInputStream(
             InputStream in,
             HttpRequestBase httpRequest,
             boolean collectMetrics) {
                 ? new MetricFilterInputStream(.in)
                 : in);
         this. = httpRequest;

Returns true if we should wrap the given input stream with a byte counting wrapper; false otherwise.
     private static boolean wrapWithByteCounting(InputStream in) {
         if (!AwsSdkMetrics.isMetricsEnabled())
             return false;   // metrics is disabled
         if (in instanceof MetricAware) {
             MetricAware aware = (MetricAware)in;
             // wrap only if not already wrapped in one of it's inner chain of input stream
             return !aware.isMetricActivated();
         return true// this is a raw input stream so metric wrapping is necessary

Aborts the underlying http request without reading any more data and closes the stream.

By default Apache org.apache.http.client.HttpClient tries to reuse http connections by reading to the end of an attached input stream on This is efficient from a socket pool management perspective, but for objects with large payloads can incur significant overhead while bytes are read from s3 and discarded. It's up to clients to decide when to take the performance hit implicit in not reusing an http connection in order to not read unnecessary information from S3.

     public void abort() {

Returns the http request from which this input stream is derived.
     public HttpRequestBase getHttpRequest() {
         return ;

Returns super.available() if the value is not zero or else always returns 1. This is necessary to get around a GZIPInputStream bug which would mis-behave in some edge cases upon zero returned from available(), causing file truncation.

Reference TT: 0034867351

    public int available() throws IOException {
        int estimate = super.available();
        return estimate == 0 ? 1 : estimate;
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