Michal that's fine. but still the error is same " error 404 : (NoSuchKey) : the specified key does not exists"
Rahul Singh Gehlot wrote:If s3://paladion-backup/rahul/b1 is a "directory" you need to use
> I am trying to run some command from my servral servers ,But it's giving
> me error " ERROR: S3 error: 404 (NoSuchKey): The specified key does not
> I have already created this directory & i can see the status using
> "s3cmd ls"
> i Tried with both mv & cp , none of them worked.
> 1. s3cmd mv s3://paladion-backup/rahul/b1
> 2. s3cmd cp s3://paladion-backup/rahul/b1
s3cmd mv --recursive ...
Test that it really does what you intend it to do with --dry-run