Get the Region where the Amazon S3 bucket resides using an Amazon SDK - Amazon Simple Storage Service
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Get the Region where the Amazon S3 bucket resides using an Amazon SDK

The following code example shows how to get the Region location for an S3 bucket.

Rust
SDK for Rust
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async fn show_buckets(strict: bool, client: &Client, region: &str) -> Result<(), Error> { let resp = client.list_buckets().send().await?; let buckets = resp.buckets().unwrap_or_default(); let num_buckets = buckets.len(); let mut in_region = 0; for bucket in buckets { if strict { let r = client .get_bucket_location() .bucket(bucket.name().unwrap_or_default()) .send() .await?; if r.location_constraint().unwrap().as_ref() == region { println!("{}", bucket.name().unwrap_or_default()); in_region += 1; } } else { println!("{}", bucket.name().unwrap_or_default()); } } println!(); if strict { println!( "Found {} buckets in the {} region out of a total of {} buckets.", in_region, region, num_buckets ); } else { println!("Found {} buckets in all regions.", num_buckets); } Ok(()) }

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