How to check whether a bucket places event-based holds on new objects by default?

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Oct 24, 2019 in GCP by anonymous
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Use the following gsutil ls command:

gsutil ls -L -b gs://[BUCKET_NAME]/

Where [BUCKET_NAME] is the name of the relevant bucket. For example, my-bucket.

The response looks like the following example:

gs://[BUCKET_NAME]/ :
  Storage class:         STANDARD
  ...
  ...
  Default Event-Based Hold: On
  ...
answered Oct 24, 2019 by Sirajul
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