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Total size of my buckets is not the same as what appears inside them

Hi, I would like to contact you because I have a question about how the size of my buckets is managed in S3. For this I attach three images. In this account I have only one bucket created, "gualaceo". When I access the S3 dashboard it appears that the total size is 1.4 TB. When I access my bucket and select all the folders to calculate the total size, it appears that the size of the bucket "gualaceo" is 661 GB. I searched and asked if there could be any difference between the overall size and the buckey size and I was provided with the following link: https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/s3-console-metric-discrepancy/?nc1=h_ls After reading it and following the instructions, I proceeded to see if there are incomplete multipart uploads, which the result is 0. The only option I have active is Object versioning. But since the total size is 1.8 TB and the size of the only existing bucket is 661 GB. There is a difference of more than 1TB wherewith I can´t understand where such a difference comes from. Despite the fact that this also implies an increase in the cost of the bill, my "problem" more than anything is to know where that big difference in storage comes from or if you could help me in some way to be able to analyze and thus learn in the case that you are managing something incorrectly. I will appreciate that. Thanks for your attention and for your time. Best regards, Cereza.
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