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Class: Aws::CodeDeploy::Types::ErrorInformation

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Overview

Information about a deployment error.

Returned by:

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Attribute Details

#codeString

For information about additional error codes, see Error Codes for AWS CodeDeploy in the AWS CodeDeploy User Guide.

The error code:

  • APPLICATION_MISSING: The application was missing. This error code will most likely be raised if the application is deleted after the deployment is created but before it is started.

  • DEPLOYMENT_GROUP_MISSING: The deployment group was missing. This error code will most likely be raised if the deployment group is deleted after the deployment is created but before it is started.

  • HEALTH_CONSTRAINTS: The deployment failed on too many instances to be successfully deployed within the instance health constraints specified.

  • HEALTH_CONSTRAINTS_INVALID: The revision cannot be successfully deployed within the instance health constraints specified.

  • IAM_ROLE_MISSING: The service role cannot be accessed.

  • IAM_ROLE_PERMISSIONS: The service role does not have the correct permissions.

  • INTERNAL_ERROR: There was an internal error.

  • NO_EC2_SUBSCRIPTION: The calling account is not subscribed to the Amazon EC2 service.

  • NO_INSTANCES: No instance were specified, or no instance can be found.

  • OVER_MAX_INSTANCES: The maximum number of instance was exceeded.

  • THROTTLED: The operation was throttled because the calling account exceeded the throttling limits of one or more AWS services.

  • TIMEOUT: The deployment has timed out.

  • REVISION_MISSING: The revision ID was missing. This error code will most likely be raised if the revision is deleted after the deployment is created but before it is started.

Returns:

  • (String)

    For information about additional error codes, see [Error Codes for AWS CodeDeploy][1] in the [AWS CodeDeploy User Guide][2].

#messageString

An accompanying error message.

Returns:

  • (String)

    An accompanying error message.