Updated on 2023-01-18 GMT+08:00

Viewing Basic Information of a Bucket

On OBS Console, you can view details of a bucket.


  1. In the navigation pane of OBS Console, choose Object Storage.
  2. In the bucket list, click the bucket name you want. The Objects page is displayed.
  3. In the navigation pane, choose Overview.
  4. Under Basic Information, view the basic information of the bucket. For details, see Figure 1.

    Figure 1 Basic information about the bucket
    Table 1 Parameter description



    Bucket Name

    Name of the bucket.

    Storage Class

    Storage class of the bucket, which can be Standard, Infrequent Access, or Archive.

    Bucket Version

    Version ID of a bucket. 3.0 indicates the latest bucket version, and -- indicates versions earlier than 3.0.


    Region where the bucket resides.


    Owner refers to the account that created the bucket.

    Account ID

    Unique identity of the bucket owner, which is the same as the Account ID on the My Credentials page.


    Time when the creation of a bucket is completed.


    Versioning status


    This parameter specifies the endpoint of the region where the bucket is located. OBS provides an endpoint for each region. An endpoint is a domain name to access OBS in a region and is used to process access requests of that region.

    An OBS endpoint keeps unchanged on both internal and external networks. After access over the intranet is configured, you can access OBS through an internal network.

    Access Domain Name

    OBS assigns each bucket with a default domain name. A domain name is the address of a bucket on the Internet. It can be used to access a bucket over the Internet. It is applicable to cloud application development and data sharing scenarios.

    Structure: BucketName.Endpoint

    Data Redundancy Policy

    Data redundancy storage policy of a bucket. It can be set to multi-AZ storage or single-AZ storage. This setting cannot be changed after the bucket is created.

    Enterprise Project

    Enterprise project that a bucket belongs to

    The statistics of Used Capacity and Objects are not real-time data, which are usually updated 15 minutes in delay.