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Gareth McCumskey
@garethmcc
@JacksonGariety What do you mean by migration? If you just want to deploy in a different account it entirely depends on your credentials you use to log in with. You should then just be able to run "serverless deploy" with new credentials from the new account to deploy your stack there. However, these will be two entirely different and independant stacks. If you want to do things like move data, you might need to export data from the one account and import it into the other. This only really works if its a small amount of data. If its larger amounts of data AWS does provide some services you can use to transfer data between accounts
Guillermo Jimenez
@Memiin
Hi, I have a question, when I run offline the request verb is in here event.requestContext.http.method, but when I deploy in AWS lambda is here event.httpMethod
any way to normalize that ? or to make the offline runs as the aws one?
Gareth McCumskey
@garethmcc
@Memiin Are you using the http event or the httpApi event for your lambda
Rafael Pereira
@rafaelpereira-hive

Hello. My typescript project with serverless component is giving the following error:

23s › Serverless › The operation cannot be performed at this time. An update is in progress for resource:...

I noticed that the error started to display without changing anything in the source code.
And doing some commit hash reversals, I noticed it's showing this message because my project is in typescript. If I revert the settings to be a javascript project, it works just fine.
can anyone help?

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Ophelia
@debragail
Deprecation warning: "provider.stage" is not accessible (configured behind variables which cannot be resolved at this stage).
what is this one
Ellery Familia
@elleryfamilia

I've started running into an issue in which attempting to deploy produces this error:

Unzipped size must be smaller than 104060999 bytes

Part of the issue is the fact that serverless adds the full aws-sdk, along with all client libraries which totals 68MB. So I have the dynamodb client js code (plus dozens of others), even though I don't use it.

Is there a way to fix that? I need to reduce the size of my package

nponeccop
@nponeccop

@elleryfamilia There is currently a bug with serverless not tracking runtime dependencies correctly. A workaround is:

  1. Install serverless and all plugins globally or just outside the folder with serverless.yml
  2. excludeDevDependencies: false in serverless.yml
  3. yarn install --prod or equivalent for other package managers

You can then run serverless package to see if a .zip file in .serverless became smaller

nponeccop
@nponeccop
You should also ensure that your normal dependencies don't have development dependencies there by mistake
Djordje Tadic
@djole90-dev

Hi everybody,

I have trouble testing locally a lamda which calls another lambda. Is there any way i can run the child lambda locally while triggering the parent lambda?

Arthur Barbero
@arthurbarbero

Hi guys, I'm trying to use functionResponseType as specified here on serverless doc Setting the BatchSize but anything I've tried to doesn't worked, how can I return on my LambdaFunction a BatchResponse with only the failures messages like described on documentation.

Serverless example:

messageHandler:
    tags:
      event-type: queue
    timeout: 10
    handler: functions/handlers/messageHandler.handle
    events:
      - sqs:
          arn:
            Fn::GetAtt:
              - MessagingQueue
              - Arn
          batchSize: 1000
          maximumBatchingWindow: 30
          functionResponseType: "ReportBatchItemFailures"
Arthur Barbero
@arthurbarbero
Guys, I figured out, my serverless wasn't on the latest version, this feature was merged 8 days ago, so I wasn't able to use yet, but now with version 2.68.0 it worked :D
Yevhen Hrabovskyi
@Frikitrok
Hey, is there any way to specify http: CORS in provider section? seems stupid to specify this config on each lambda entry
Amit Dhawan
@amit12cool
Hi guys, I see eventGrid trigger is not supported by serverless. Error: Binding eventGridTrigger not supported is the error I get
This is the exact issue:- serverless/serverless-azure-functions#521
Atul R
@atul.1055:matrix.org
[m]
:point_up: Edit: How to add trigger to existing dynamodb table. If anything gets updated in that table lambda function should gets executed.
How do I add a trigger to an existing DynamoDB table in serverless.yml? If anything gets updated in that table, the lambda function should get executed.
nponeccop
@nponeccop

@atul.1055:matrix.org

https://www.serverless.com/framework/docs/providers/aws/events/streams

You need to add a stream event handler to your lambda

functions:
  compute:
    handler: handler.compute
    events:
       - stream:
          type: dynamodb
          arn:
            Fn::GetAtt: [MyDynamoDbTable, StreamArn]
Atul R
@atul.1055:matrix.org
[m]
@nponeccop: whole or just few lines?
I tried but that is not reflecting in Lambda's trigger in AWS.
nponeccop
@nponeccop
Does the table have StreamSpecification?
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Atul R
@atul.1055:matrix.org
[m]
nponeccop ( nponeccop): yes
John
@john-br
I'm trying to create a powershell based lambda but am having trouble setting up the handler part of the function in serverless.yml. Do I need to create a dotnet based handler to wrap the powershell script?
John
@john-br
Or should I avoid defining the powershell script as a sls function and use cloudformation? (like in these docs: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/deploying-powershell-based-lambda-with-aws-cloudformation/)
Hugo van Rijswijk
@hugo-vrijswijk
Hi, I'm trying to build a serverless lambda httpApi and I think the serverless sdk is not forwarding the entire event, but instead cutting stuff off and only forwarding the body. Is there a way to tell serverless to forward the entire ApiGatewayProxyEventV2 event? This thing: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/apigateway/latest/developerguide/http-api-develop-integrations-lambda.html
Antonio D'Alessio
@antessio
Hi, is anybody else experiencing serverless/serverless#3249 issue?
I'm not able to deploy my lambda functions due to EMFILE: too many open files.
The last user that commented the issue suggested to use npx but I don't understand how.
(I also posted a question on stackoverflow in case you have any suggestion)
Aman Angira
@amanangira
@antessio I am not sure if this helps.

Hi everyone, I am facing Serverless › ENOSPC: no space left on device, write error when making a react deployment using npx serverless@2.64.1 deploy

More details here - actions/virtual-environments#4822. Any ideas on what exactly is the problem and a fix?

Antonio D'Alessio
@antessio
@amanangira I'll try to downgrade node with nvm. Thanks
Antonio D'Alessio
@antessio
After downgrading node to v14, the error disappeared
MinhTri1108
@MinhTri1108
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can you help me
MinhTri1108
@MinhTri1108
An error occurred: IamRoleLambdaExecution - Syntax errors in policy.
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MinhTri1108
@MinhTri1108
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@atul.1055:matrix.org I'm a beginner, so I hope you can help
Atul R
@atul.1055:matrix.org
[m]
Sure Bro! I"ll look into it
MinhTri1108
@MinhTri1108
thank bro
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Aman Angira
@amanangira
@antessio glad to be of help.
MinhTri1108
@MinhTri1108
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how to create "rest api" so everyone
can you help me
frank-dspeed
@frank-dspeed:matrix.org
[m]
@MinhTri1108: simply use a loadbalanced autoscaled entry point for that
that triggers the serverless functions it self via a http api
serverless concept is simply every function is its own scaleable service
Ryan Schachte
@Schachte
Hey guys. Any chance it's possible to have outputs and files in the resources block?
resources:
  - ${file(resources/dynamo/UsersSubscriptionTable.yml)}
  - ${file(resources/iam/UserRetrievalLambdaPolicy.yml)}
  Outputs:
    GatewayArn:
      Description: "The API Gateway Dynamic ARN"
      Value:
        !Join
          - ''
          - - 'arn:aws:execute-api:us-west-2:1234'
            - !Ref ApiGatewayRestApi
            - '/*/GET/users'
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walter-tt
@walter-tt

Hey, hitting an error when trying to enable access logs on api gateway using this:

provider:
  name: aws
  runtime: python3.8
  versionFunctions: false
  logs:
    httpApi: true

error looks like:
An error occurred: HttpApiStage - Insufficient permissions to enable logging (Service: AmazonApiGatewayV2; Status Code: 400; Error Code: BadRequestException
any ideas on how to attach a role to solve this?