You can upload local files or folders to OBS.
Files are uploaded in multiparts on OBS Browser. You can upload a single file up to 48.8 TB in multiparts.
OBS Browser supports resumable transfer. If an upload task is suspended or fails, restart the task. According to the part information recorded in the task, the successfully uploaded parts will not be uploaded again, and other parts will be uploaded.
You can upload a maximum of 500 files at a time. If you need to upload more files, place the files in a folder and use the Upload Folder function to upload the folder.
You can upload a folder or multiple files at a time. To upload multiple files, hold down Ctrl or Shift to select multiple files. You can also select all the files on the current page by holding down Ctrl+A. The operations are consistent with those on the Windows operating system.
The file or folder upload progress is displayed on the task management page. You can suspend, run, or cancel an upload task based on site requirements. For details, see section Managing Upload Tasks.
If a folder fails to be created, check the settings of the bucket ACL and bucket policy, and change the settings as needed.
If you need to upload more than 500 files, place the files in a folder and use the Upload Folder function to upload the folder.
You can modify the storage class of the object after uploading the file or folder.
Pay attention to the following restrictions when you modify the storage class of the object:
Objects can be changed from the Standard storage class to Warm or Cold; from the Warm to Standard or Cold; from Cold to Standard or Warm but the objects must be restored from the Cold storage first. The latter two changes incur penalty and restoration fees.
You can also configure a lifecycle rule to transition the storage class of an object. For details, see Lifecycle Management. See Storage Classes Overview for details about differences between changing storage classes in the object list and transitioning storage classes through the lifecycle rule.