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Delay in Access Logs from S3

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I've enabled Access Logging on an S3 bucket so I can have a record of when files are POSTed to the bucket. In addition to this, I've told the Splunk Add-On for AWS to look for new access log records every 60 seconds in the bucket as well. 

The problem is that I don't see these access logs in Splunk until hours (up to 3 or 4) after the files exist in the log on S3. If this is checking every minute, why am I not getting any results? I don't think it's a timezone issue, because if I am reading the configuration details correctly, it should just check for new records and not worry about timezones. 




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