If I write:
& aws s3 rm s3://bucket-name/folder/
It does not delete, it says that
folder is not an object. If I write:
& aws s3 rm s3://bucket-name/folder/ --recursive
Then it deletes, and everything is fine, but what happens if I write:
& aws s3 rm s3://bucket-name/
I pose this question because I accidentally entered this command and then immediately clicked cancel. Did he delete some of my data in this gap or not?
from the documentation :
The following rm command recursively deletes all objects under a specified bucket and prefix when passed with the parameter –recursive . In this example, the bucket mybucket contains the objects test1.txt and test2.txt:
aws s3 rm s3://mybucket --recursive
delete: s3://mybucket/test1.txt delete: s3://mybucket/test2.txt
keywords are highlighted. those. without the
--recursive option, nothing will be removed.
what is also important: the bucket itself will not be deleted either, even if the
--recursive option is