need to destroy a tenant in our SGW with a 80TB bucket, now question is how?
How i've started is with S3 browser-pro and just select "delete bucket". Now this starts but takes a very long time, even with multiple threads.
Other suggestion i've seen was to put a lifecycle policy on the bucket of 1 day (was an org. AWS bucket in the example), does that work with S3 browser also on a SGW bucket?
Very curious if there are alternatives that work a bit faster.
You could certainly create a policy that would delete files on the storage, but if you did this often you'd end up with a ton of archived rules.
It's probably better to use a S3 client like PowerShell with S3 module, or try this https://stackoverflow.com/questions/10054985/how-to-delete-files-recursively-from-an-s3-bucket/18698235#18698235
aws s3 rm --recursive s3://your_bucket_name/foo/
Or take a look at https://github.com/eschwim/s3wipe (I don't know if it works).
I haven't tried these on SG.
NetApp Wins One Silver and One Bronze Stevie® Award in 2022 Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service
Live Chat, Watch Parties, and More!
Engage digitally throughout the sales process, from product discovery to conﬁguration, and handle all your post-purchase needs.