Uploading an Object Bucket owners or users who have the s3:PutObject permission on buckets can upload local objects to OBS.
Obtaining the Object List You can view the information about an object in your bucket. The information includes the object's creation time, size, and storage path.
Synchronizing an Object When local data or data stored on OBS changes, you can perform this operation to synchronize the changed data from your local client to OBS or from OBS to your local client. By doing so, local data and data stored on OBS are consistent.
Copying an Object S3cmd provides the object copy command to create a copy for an existing object on OBS.
Moving an Object You can move data in a bucket to a specific folder within this bucket or between buckets.
Viewing Basic Information About an Object Object owners or users who have the read permission on the objects can view the basic information about objects, their size, last modification time, storage class, and so on.
Configuring an Expiration Rule for an Object Expired objects are added to the deletion queue on OBS for asynchronous deletion. You will no longer be charged for storage fees once objects expire. For this reason, you can configure expiration rules for objects to save costs.