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Due to privacy reasons Amazon will not under any circumstances give out customer information like that even if you can demonstrate that the site is under your control. You could attempt to contact Amazon and ask them to forward an email from you to the account holder requesting that he make contact with you but i sincerely doubt that they will do that.


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(Answer By @Frank) You can enabble logging on the bucket and then use the API to figure out what is going on. You can also access your live usage figures in your AWS Account Console. http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/UG/ManagingBucketLogging.html


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Amazon does now show this information from within the console. It shows you the server type (t1.micro, t2.small, etc), with that information you can go to http://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/ and see what the system resource specifications are based on the instance type reported.



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