S3 Bucket_unable to delete the bucket

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I was created a S3 bucket and attached some folders. I deleted the folders but when I tried to delete the bucket I'm getting an error message " the bucket " bucket name " was not found. But I'm still seeing the bucket on my console.

Yasin
asked a year ago340 views
2 Answers
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Greetings! If you're unable to delete an S3 bucket from the AWS Management Console and you're receiving an error that the bucket was not found, yet it's still visible in your console, there could be several reasons for this behavior. Here are some troubleshooting steps to help you resolve the issue:

Refresh the Console: Sometimes, the AWS Management Console might not reflect real-time changes. Try refreshing the page or logging out and logging back in.

Check for Objects in the Bucket: Ensure that the bucket is completely empty. Even if you've deleted visible objects, there might be hidden objects or versioned objects remaining. If you've enabled versioning on the bucket, you'll need to delete all versions of all objects, including delete markers, before you can delete the bucket.

Check for Bucket Policies: Some bucket policies might prevent certain actions. Review any bucket policies attached to the bucket and ensure there are no policies preventing the deletion.

Bucket with AWS Services: Ensure that the bucket isn't being used by other AWS services. For example, if the bucket is configured as a logging destination for CloudFront or other AWS services, you'll need to update or remove those configurations before deleting the bucket.

Check for S3 Bucket Replication: If you've set up cross-region replication, ensure that the replication configuration is removed before trying to delete the bucket.

Please let me know if any of these steps helped.

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ZJon
answered a year ago
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If you're encountering an issue when trying to delete an Amazon S3 bucket and it still appears in your AWS Management Console, follow these steps to troubleshoot it:

First, check if there are any objects (files or folders) remaining in the bucket. You must delete all objects within the bucket, including versions if versioning is enabled. Ensure that you have the necessary permissions to delete the bucket. Review the bucket's access control list (ACL) and bucket policies to confirm proper permissions. If you're using an IAM user account, ensure the user has delete permissions for S3 buckets. After confirming the bucket is empty and permissions are set correctly, try to delete the bucket again through the AWS Management Console. If the issue persists, consider using AWS CLI or SDKs for bulk deletion of objects, and if that doesn't work, contact AWS support for further assistance.

Remember to back up any data you need before deleting the bucket, as this action is irreversible and potentially data-destructive.

you can check this link for additional information.

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David C
answered a year ago

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