Use AWS Lambda layers - Amazon CodeGuru Profiler

Use AWS Lambda layers

For applications that run on Python 3.8 or 3.9

  1. Add the CodeGuru Profiler layer to Lambda. Choose Specify an ARN and add arn:aws:lambda:region:157417159150:layer:AWSCodeGuruProfilerPythonAgentLambdaLayer:11. For more information on adding a Lambda layer, see AWS Lambda layers.

  2. Add the following environment variable: AWS_LAMBDA_EXEC_WRAPPER=/opt/codeguru_profiler_lambda_exec

  3. Add an environment variable with your profiling group name or ARN. For information on using your ARN, see the table listed in Apply the CodeGuru Profiler function decorator to your handler function.

Note

You can only have one Lambda wrapper script. If you are currently using one, try the solution for applications that run on Python 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 or 3.9.

For applications that run on Python 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 or 3.9

  1. Add the CodeGuru Profiler layer to Lambda. Choose Specify an ARN and arn:aws:lambda:region:157417159150:layer:AWSCodeGuruProfilerPythonAgentLambdaLayer:11. For more information on adding a Lambda layer, see AWS Lambda layers.

  2. Set the environment variable, HANDLER_ENV_NAME_FOR_CODEGURU to your handler function.

  3. Change the Lambda handler function to codeguru_profiler_agent.aws_lambda.lambda_handler.call_handler.

  4. Add an environment variable with your profiling group name or ARN. For information on using your ARN, see the table listed in Apply the CodeGuru Profiler function decorator to your handler function.

Note

You can only have up to five layers for a Lambda function. If you are already using five layers, see Apply the CodeGuru Profiler function decorator to your handler function.