When trying to delete large numbers (>1000) of files or folders from the Wasabi management console UI, the UI can become non-responsive for an extended period of time. For this reason, we recommend deleting these files and folders using a third-party storage management client that will allow you access to the files & folders via the S3 API. Mountain Duck and CloudBerry Drive or Explorer are examples of such products that could be used for this purpose.
Articles in this section
- How to I check my Wasabi usage?
- How do I enable account logging?
- How do I reset my password?
- How do I enable Wasabi Direct Connect or AWS Direct Connect for use with my Wasabi service?
- How do I map a Wasabi public file(s) to a website?
- What is the optimal method for deleting large number of files or folders from the Wasabi UI?
- How do I use bucket policies to restrict access of a bucket to specific users or groups?
- How can I determine the bucket size using the s3cmd tool?
- How do a I submit a feature request to Wasabi?
- How do I delete my Wasabi account?