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If versioning is suspended, a
Can only remove an object whose version ID is
Doesn't remove anything if there isn't a null version of the object in the bucket.
Inserts a delete marker into the bucket
The following figure shows how a simple
DELETE removes a null
version and Amazon S3 inserts a delete marker in its place with a version ID of
Remember that a delete marker doesn't have content so you lose the content of the null version when a delete marker replaces it.
The following figure shows a bucket that doesn't have a null version. In this
DELETE removes nothing; Amazon S3 just inserts a
Even in a versioning-suspended bucket the bucket owner can permanently delete a specified version. The following figure shows that deleting a specified object version permanently removes that object. Only the bucket owner can delete a specified object version.