Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the usage limitations of EOS?

EOS is highly optimised for the most common scenarios. Below are the limits that you may need to account for while designing your solution with EOS.

Browser Access

Item Specification
Web browser (My Account) upload size limit 30 MB

API Limits

Item Specification
Max number of buckets no-limit
Max number of objects per bucket no-limit
Max object size 5 TiB
Minimum object size 0 B
Max object size per PUT operation 5 TiB
Max number of parts per upload 10,000
Part size 5 MiB to 5 GiB (Last part can be 0 B to 5 GiB)
Maximum number of parts returned per list parts request 1000
Maximum number of objects returned per list objects request 1000
Maximum number of multipart uploads returned per list multipart uploads request 1000

API Restrictions

Item Specification
Bucket Creation Not permitted

CLI Restrictions

Item Specification
Bucket Creation Not permitted

Object Storage Data Transfer Charges

The Data transfer charge of ₹3.0/GB is only for external networks (i.e., from e2e to Public).

What’s the maximum transfer speed between E2E Compute Node and E2E Object Storage?

Traffic between E2E Compute Node and E2E Object Storage can leverage up to 40 Gbps of bandwidth, however, the actual transfer rate and network performance depend on several other factors, which include the following:

The data transfer medium, like it’s between E2E nodes and E2E Object storage or from some point outside of E2E zone to Object storage via the Internet. The size of objects involved in the transfer. The E2E nodes resources and their utilization like CPU, RAM, Disk I/O, bandwidth limits.