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This section shows you how to list the resources in a AWS CloudFormation stack.
Immediately after you run the
cfn-create-stack command, you can list its resources using
cfn-list-stack-resources. This command lists a summary of
each resource in the stack you specify with the
--stack-name parameter. The report
includes a summary of the stack, including the creation or deletion status.
For example, suppose you have sample stack with the name
MyEventStack02. You list the
resources for the stack as follows:
PROMPT> cfn-list-stack-resources --stack-name MyEventStack02 STACK_RESOURCE MyInstance i-67a6050b AWS::EC2::Instance 2011-01-11T06:24:21Z CREATE_COMPLETE STACK_RESOURCE MyAlarmTopic arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:165024647323:MyEventStack02-MyAlarmTopic-8RFXAXGNW520/MyEventStack02 AWS::SNS::Topic 2011-01-11T06:24:37Z CREATE_COMPLETE STACK_RESOURCE CPUAlarm MyEventStack02-CPUAlarm-PKOIPR1BE050 AWS::CloudWatch::Alarm 2011-07-11T06:24:56Z CREATE_COMPLETE
AWS CloudFormation will report resource details on any running or deleted stack. If you specify the name of a stack whose
CREATE_IN_PROCESS, AWS CloudFormation will report only those resources whose status is
The cfn-describe-stack-resources command returns information on deleted stacks for 90 days after they have been deleted.