Snowball Edge does not have versioning implemented on it's S3 bucket. If you write an object with the same name, it will be overwritten. If multiple versions of the same file are needed to be imported with snowball edge, the versions will need to have different names as they are written to snowball edge.
Versioning in the s3 bucket that you use to import your data into will be supported with objects of the same name as they are imported into s3 from snowball edge....ie, s3 import will use the most recent object as the latest IF versioning is enabled on the bucket.
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