I came to the same conclusion as you before reading your answer and I was coming to ask you about that exactly haha I noticed the same thing using another gem called 'aws-s3' which the examples in the documentation use too, so when I provide :
:server => 'objects-us-west-1.dream.io'
it works, but if I remove it then I get the same error as the error I get using 'aws-sdk' gem, so it was abvious that I need to provide the server name or something like that
just a tiny correction to your snippet, it should be :
:s3_endpoint => 'objects-us-west-1.dream.io'
just add 's3_' to endpoint, otherwise it won't work!
Thank you so so much, I am new here and I start to love dreamhost for the awesome support
oh another question as I am excited to start using that : should I backup the uploaded files of my users somewhere else or dreamobjects provide a kind of integrated backup ? I just wanna to be sure that my users files stay safe