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Amazon AWS Logging for S3 Bucket - Need to aggregate and search logs

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Last Modified: 2018-08-25

I currently have a few EC2 instances and a bunch of S3 buckets. I need to figure out how to download all of the logs on one of my S3 buckets and then search the logs to see what IP and access occured. is there a built in method on amazon aws to do this or what is the best easiest way to get information out of the log files?

I need to be able to search probably a couple thousand logs spanning 2016 through 2017 time period for any IP and a particular file that was accessed.


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