create it… terminal, push it… S3

By default, the AWS CLI uses a page size of 1000 and retrieves all available items. For example, if you run aws s3api list-objects on an Amazon S3 bucket that contains 3,500 objects, the AWS CLI automatically makes four calls to Amazon S3, handling the service-specific pagination logic for you in the background and returning all 3,500 objects in the final output.

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The kernel is the core of the operating system that controls all the tasks of the system while the shell is the interface that allows the users to communicate with the kernel. -Jagadish Hiremath

mkdir aws-begin-txt-files

cd aws-begin-txt-files (move into the folder/directory)

aws{0001..2000}.txt

for i in *.txt

do

echo “hello aws-beginners!” >> $i

done

nano aws1200.txt

$ curl "https://awscli.amazonaws.com/AWSCLIV2.pkg" -o "AWSCLIV2.pkg" $ sudo installer -pkg AWSCLIV2.pkg -target /

— max-items

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