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Step 4: Try More CLI Commands (AWS CLI)

Step 4.1: List the Lambda Functions in Your Account

In this section, you try AWS Lambda list function operations. Execute the following AWS CLI list-functions command to retrieve a list of functions that you uploaded.

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$ aws lambda list-functions \ --max-items 10 \ --profile adminuser

To illustrate the use of pagination, the command specifies the optional --max-items parameter to limit the number of functions returned in the response. For more information, see ListFunctions. The following is an example response.

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{ "Functions": [ { "FunctionName": "helloworld", "MemorySize": 128, "CodeSize": 412, "FunctionArn": "arn:aws:lambda:us-east-1:account-id:function:ProcessKinesisRecords", "Handler": "ProcessKinesisRecords.handler", "Role": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/LambdaExecRole", "Timeout": 3, "LastModified": "2015-02-22T21:03:01.172+0000", "Runtime": "nodejs6.10", "Description": "" }, { "FunctionName": "ProcessKinesisRecords", "MemorySize": 128, "CodeSize": 412, "FunctionArn": "arn:aws:lambda:us-east-1:account-id:function:ProcessKinesisRecords", "Handler": "ProcessKinesisRecords.handler", "Role": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/lambda-execute-test-kinesis", "Timeout": 3, "LastModified": "2015-02-22T21:03:01.172+0000", "Runtime": "nodejs6.10", "Description": "" }, ... ], "NextMarker": null }

In response, Lambda returns a list of up to 10 functions. If there are more functions you can retrieve, NextMarker provides a marker you can use in the next list-functions request; otherwise, the value is null. The following list-functions AWS CLI command is an example that shows the --next-marker parameter.

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$ aws lambda list-functions \ --max-items 10 \ --marker value-of-NextMarker-from-previous-response \ --profile adminuser

Step 4.2: Get Metadata and a URL to Download Previously Uploaded Lambda Function Deployment Packages

The Lambda CLI get-function command returns Lambda function metadata and a presigned URL that you can use to download the function's .zip file (deployment package) that you uploaded to create the function. For more information, see GetFunction.

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$ aws lambda get-function \ --function-name helloworld \ --region us-west-2 \ --profile adminuser

The following is an example response.

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{ "Code": { "RepositoryType": "S3", "Location": "pre-signed-url" }, "Configuration": { "FunctionName": "helloworld", "MemorySize": 128, "CodeSize": 287, "FunctionArn": "arn:aws:lambda:us-west-2:account-id:function:helloworld", "Handler": "helloworld.handler", "Role": "arn:aws:iam::account-id:role/LambdaExecRole", "Timeout": 3, "LastModified": "2015-04-07T22:02:58.854+0000", "Runtime": "nodejs6.10", "Description": "" } }

If you want the function configuration information only (not the presigned URL), you can use the Lambda CLI get-function-configuration command.

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$ aws lambda get-function-configuration \ --function-name helloworld \ --region us-west-2 \ --profile adminuser

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Step 5: Delete the Lambda Function and IAM Role (AWS CLI)