On the overview page of each bucket, you can view the usage statistics of the bucket, including the storage usage, traffic usage, domain names, and enabled features.

Basic Statistics

In the Basic Statistics section, you can view the statistical values for Storage Usage, Traffic This Month, Requests This Month, Files, and Parts of the current bucket.
Notice The data on this page is not updated in real time and has an average latency of one to two hours. These statistics are for reference only.
  • Storage Usage: displays the storage usage of the current bucket. You can view the total storage usage (excluding that for ECS snapshots) or the storage usage for each storage class. Select a storage class to view the corresponding storage usage.
    • Total (Excluding ECS Snapshots): displays the storage usage of all storage classes of objects in the bucket, excluding ECS snapshots.
    • Standard-Locally Redundant Storage or Standard-Zone-Redundant Storage: displays the storage usage of standard objects. If the bucket uses locally redundant storage, the statistical value for Standard-Locally Redundant Storage is displayed. If the bucket uses zone-redundant storage, the statistical value for Standard-Zone-Redundant Storage is displayed. For more information, see Overview.
    • IA-Locally Redundant Storage or IA-Zone-Redundant Storage: displays the storage usage of IA objects. If the bucket uses locally redundant storage, the statistical value for IA-Locally Redundant Storage is displayed. If the bucket uses zone-redundant storage, the statistical value for IA-Zone-Redundant Storage is displayed.
      • Actual Storage Usage: displays the actual storage usage of IA objects.
      • Billed Storage Usage: displays the billed storage usage of IA objects. The minimum billable storage for IA objects is 64 KB. Objects less than 64 KB are charged as 64 KB. Therefore, if a bucket contains a large number of small objects, Billed Storage Usage may be greater than Actual Storage Usage. For more information, see IA.
    • Archive: displays the storage usage of Archive objects.
      • Actual Storage Usage: displays the actual storage usage of Archive objects.
      • Billed Storage Usage: displays the billed storage usage of Archive objects. The minimum billable storage for Archive objects is 64 KB. Objects less than 64 KB are charged as 64 KB. Therefore, if a bucket contains a large number of small objects, Billed Storage Usage may be greater than Actual Storage Usage. For more information, see Archive.
    • Cold Archive: displays the storage usage of Cold Archive objects.
      • Actual Storage Usage: displays the actual storage usage of Cold Archive objects.
      • Billed Storage Usage: displays the billed storage usage of Cold Archive objects. The minimum billable storage for Cold Archive objects is 64 KB. Objects less than 64 KB are charged as 64 KB. Therefore, if a bucket contains a large number of small objects, Billed Storage Usage may be greater than Actual Storage Usage. For more information, see Cold Archive.
  • Traffic This Month: displays the total traffic usage of the bucket in the current month.
    • Outbound Traffic Over Public Network: displays the traffic generated when you browse or download OSS data over the Internet.
    • Inbound Traffic Over Public Network: displays the traffic generated when you upload data to OSS over the Internet.
    • CDN Back-to-Origin Traffic: displays the back-to-origin traffic generated when you browse or download OSS data over CDN.
  • Requests This Month: displays the total number of API requests received in the current month by the bucket.
    • Read Request: displays all GET requests. For more information, see the GET requests section in View resource usage.
    • Write Request: displays all PUT requests. For more information, see the PUT requests section in View resource usage.
  • Files: displays the number of files contained in the current bucket.
  • Parts: displays the number of parts contained in the current bucket. Parts are mainly generated by Multipart upload and Resumable upload. We recommend that you delete the parts that you no longer need.

Domain Names

In the Domain Names section, you can view the endpoint and domain name of the current bucket.
  • Endpoint: the domain name used to access OSS. This parameter is a commonly used configuration item for SDKs and OSS tools.
    • Access Over Public Network: the endpoint used to access over the Internet.
    • Classic Network Access from ECS (Internal Network) or VPC Access from ECS (Internal Network): the endpoint used to access over a classic network or VPC. This endpoint allows ECS instances in the same region to access the bucket. Traffic generated by this endpoint is free of charge.
    • Transmission Acceleration-based Access: the endpoint used to access OSS at an accelerated speed. Before you can use this endpoint, you must enable transmission acceleration. For more information, see Transfer acceleration.
    Note For more information about endpoints, see Regions and endpoints.
  • Bucket Domain Name: The bucket domain name is in the BucketName.Endpoint format, where BucketName is the name of your bucket, and Endpoint is the endpoint of the bucket. You can use this domain name to access your bucket.
    • Access Over Public Network: the domain name used to access over the Internet.
    • Classic Network Access from ECS (Internal Network) or VPC Access from ECS (Internal Network): the domain name used to access the bucket over a classic network or VPC. This domain name allows ECS instances in the same region to access the bucket. Traffic generated by this domain name is free of charge.
    • Transmission Acceleration-based Access: the domain name used to access the bucket at an accelerated speed. Before you can use this domain name, you must enable transmission acceleration.
    Note For more information about bucket domain names, see Endpoints.

Basic Settings

The Basic Settings section displays basic information about your bucket. When you move the pointer over a feature, the Configure button appears. You can click this button to configure the feature.
  • Access Control List (ACL): You can configure the ACL for the bucket. For more information, see ACL-based access control.
  • Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS): OSS provides Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) over HTML5. CORS allows web-based application clients to access resources across regions. For more information, see Set CORS rules.
  • Back-to-Origin: After you configure back-to-origin rules, OSS uses multiple methods to retrieve the requested data from the origin servers. This helps you achieve your needs, such as implementing hot migration and redirecting specific requests. For more information, see Manage back-to-origin configurations.
  • Cross-Region Replication (CRR): Cross-region replication (CRR) automatically and asynchronously copies objects between buckets in different regions. It also copies operations on objects such as creation, update, and delete in the source bucket to the destination bucket. For more information, see Cross-region replication.
  • Static Pages: OSS allows you to call the PutBucketWebsite operation to set your bucket to the static website hosting mode and access the static website by using the domain name of the bucket. For more information, see Static website hosting.
  • Server-side Encryption: OSS supports server-side encryption for uploaded data. When you upload data, OSS encrypts and stores the encrypted data. When you download data, OSS automatically decrypts the data and returns the original data to the user. The returned HTTP request header declares that the data has been encrypted on the server. For more information, see Server-side encryption.
  • Hotlink Protection: OSS allows you to call the PutBucketReferer operation to set the Referer whitelist to prevent unauthorized access. For more information, see Configure hotlink protection.
  • Lifecycle: You can minimize storage costs by using life rules to automatically delete expired objects and parts, or convert the storage class to Infrequent Access (IA) or Archive. For more information, see Lifecycle rules.
  • Logging: When logging is enabled, OSS automatically records the request logs for accessing the bucket in the specified bucket. For more information, see Configure logging.