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Resolve AWS Error:ClientError: An error occurred (UnsupportedArgument) when calling the GetBucketAccelerateConfiguration

javaboy
Engager

Hello Folks,
Some of my inputs are generating the following error:
"ClientError: An error occurred (UnsupportedArgument) when calling the GetBucketAccelerateConfiguration operation: The request contained an unsupported argument."

Has anyone experienced such error? Any tips on how to solve it?

Let me know if more details are needed...

Thank you!

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luthermiller604
New Member

I am having the same issue. Did you ever find the cause?

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dbarrpsu
Explorer

I'm getting this as well, and assume it's because S3 Transfer Acceleration is not available in GovCloud. I'm going to open a support case about it, since I think the app should gracefully handle that.

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christopherreed
Engager

@dbarrpsu Was there a specific case/bug that they attributed this to?

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dbarrpsu
Explorer

Yes, an enhancement request was filed, ENH-6668. Jumping on with your own case may help bump the priority.

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splunker686
Explorer

IMO, this should be treated as a bug and not an enhancement request.  I still see this error in AWS add-on ver 6.2.0.

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