Use Amazon CLI to upload files to an empty S3 Bucket
This article describes how to upload a file to an empty S3 bucket.
When an S3 bucket is first created, it’s empty. If you try to access an empty S3 bucket, the following message may be displayed:
Failure to read attributes of ACCOUNT-PROFILE
Before uploading any CSV files, use the following
aws s3api command to upload a file into the empty bucket:
aws s3api put-object --bucket <bucket> --key <key> --body <body>
bucketvalue is the region domain in the format
keyvalue specifies the filename you want to assign to the file, including the file prefix.
bodyvalue specifies specifies the file location on the local system.
aws s3api put-object --bucket collect-us-east-1.tealium.com \ --key bulk-downloader/ACCOUNT-PROFILE/test_fileimp_01.csv \ --body ./test_fileimp_01.csv
For more information, see AWS Command Line Interface (CLI): How to Connect to Your S3 Bucket and Other Common Commands.
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This page was last updated: January 12, 2023