Sorry - I was looking at this incorrectly. The rule is running.
Greetings of the day,
I am happy that your lifecycle rule is running as expected.
I would also like to mention that, Amazon S3 rounds the transition or expiration date of an object to midnight UTC the next day. For example, if you created an object on 1/1/2020 10:30 UTC, and you set the lifecycle rule to transition the object after 3 days, then the transition date of the object is 1/5/2020 00:00 UTC.
However, there might be a delay between when the lifecycle rule is satisfied and when the action for the rule is complete. Changes in billing are applied when the lifecycle rule is satisfied, even if the action hasn't been completed.
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