How to find Amazon S3 bucket size

To see the disk usage of an Amazon S3 bucket, do the following 1) Click on the bucket name 2) Click on Metrics 3) On Next Page, you will see S3 bucket disk usage. In this case, the bucket size is 39.3 MB. To find disk usage using awscli, run

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Mount Amazon s3 on Linux

To mount Amazon S3 bucket as a filesystem on linux, you can use s3fs. https://github.com/s3fs-fuse/s3fs-fuse To install s3fs on Ubuntu/Debian, run

To mount an s3 buclet, create a password file with your AWS secret key and

Then run

In above command replace sokmount = bucket name /home/boby/ = your mount point ap-southeast-1 […]

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Make Amazon S3 Bucket public

To make an Amazon S3 bucket public, go to Amazon Console > S3 > Bucket > Permission Click on Permissions Click “Bucket policy” You get a blank editor. To make the bucket public, paste following code

Replace with your actual S3 Bucket name. See Amazon S3 […]

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