Last updated：2021-09-14 16:17:51
Before you upload objects to KS3, you must create a bucket to store these objects. You can configure various attributes for a bucket, including metadata such as the region and access permissions.
For more information about the API operation for creating a bucket, see PUT Bucket.
The bucket name must conform to the naming rules and be unique in KS3. After a bucket is created, the bucket name cannot be changed.
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You can configure an access control list (ACL) for a bucket when you create the bucket, and modify the ACL after the bucket is created. If no ACL is configured for a bucket, the bucket is private by default. For more information, see ACL.
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