Monitoring bandwidth of an object in Amazon S3

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Is it possible to programmatically monitor the bandwidth of an object in Amazon S3 service? I want o do this to avoid excessive usage of bandwidth? Is there is a way to do so?

Jan 4 in AWS by datageek
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The detailed bandwidth details are with respect to each bucket, not each s3 object.  Maybe you can use S3stst to some extent. You might have to stop after a while though, because S3stat has trouble crunching more requests.

And another option is you can enable logging to track user patterns.

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