AWS CodeBuild
User Guide (API Version 2016-10-06)

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Stop a Build in CodeBuild

You can use the AWS CodeBuild console, AWS CLI,or AWS SDKs to stop a build in AWS CodeBuild.

Stop a Build (Console)

  1. Open the AWS CodeBuild console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/codesuite/codebuild/home.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • If the build-project-name:build-ID page is displayed, choose Stop build.

    • In the navigation pane, choose Build history. In the list of builds, select the box for the build, and then choose Stop build.

    • In the navigation pane, choose Build projects. In the list of build projects, in the Name column, choose the link for the build project's name. In the list of builds, select the box for the build, and then choose Stop build.

Note

By default, only the most recent 100 builds or build projects are displayed. To view more builds or build projects, choose the gear icon, and then choose a different value for Builds per page or Projects per page or use the back and forward arrows.

If AWS CodeBuild cannot successfully stop a build (for example, if the build process is already complete), the Stop button is disabled or might not appear.

Stop a Build (AWS CLI)

  • Run the stop-build command:

    aws codebuild stop-build --id id

    In the preceding command, replace the following placeholder:

    If AWS CodeBuild successfully stops the build, the buildStatus value in the build object in the output is STOPPED.

    If CodeBuild cannot successfully stop the build (for example, if the build is already complete), the buildStatus value in the build object in the output is the final build status (for example, SUCCEEDED).

Stop a Build (AWS SDKs)

For more information about using AWS CodeBuild with the AWS SDKs, see the AWS SDKs and Tools Reference.