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My core question - is there a procedure for demoting my already-uploaded data to Infrequent Access?
Does the "Use infrequent access storage class (may result in additional costs)" checkbox transition existing objects, or does it only affect new blocks?
Alternatively, can I just hit up the AWS console (or CLI) and transition the entire bucket contents to IA? Are there any subfolders (notably for metadata) that I should keep in the S3 Standard class?
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Otherwise, I am afraid you would have to use some CLI tool to move all data from your existing bucket to the IA bucket (and this process may incur some costs). After this, point SOBR capacity tier to the new bucket - and you should be good to go.
And no, you don't need to keep anything on S3 standard access.
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