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Container for the parameters to the ContinueUpdateRollback operation.
For a specified stack that is in the
UPDATE_ROLLBACK_FAILED state, continues
rolling it back to the
UPDATE_ROLLBACK_COMPLETE state. Depending on the
cause of the failure, you can manually
fix the error and continue the rollback. By continuing the rollback, you can return
your stack to a working state (the
UPDATE_ROLLBACK_COMPLETE state), and
then try to update the stack again.
A stack goes into the
UPDATE_ROLLBACK_FAILED state when AWS CloudFormation
cannot roll back all changes after a failed stack update. For example, you might have
a stack that is rolling back to an old database instance that was deleted outside
of AWS CloudFormation. Because AWS CloudFormation doesn't know the database was deleted,
it assumes that the database instance still exists and attempts to roll back to it,
causing the update rollback to fail.
public class ContinueUpdateRollbackRequest : AmazonCloudFormationRequest IAmazonWebServiceRequest
The ContinueUpdateRollbackRequest type exposes the following members
Gets and sets the property ClientRequestToken.
A unique identifier for this
Gets and sets the property ResourcesToSkip.
A list of the logical IDs of the resources that AWS CloudFormation skips during the
continue update rollback operation. You can specify only resources that are in the
Specify this property to skip rolling back resources that AWS CloudFormation can't
successfully roll back. We recommend that you
troubleshoot resources before skipping them. AWS CloudFormation sets the status
of the specified resources to
Specify the minimum number of resources required to successfully roll back your stack. For example, a failed resource update might cause dependent resources to fail. In this case, it might not be necessary to skip the dependent resources.
To skip resources that are part of nested stacks, use the following format:
Don't confuse a child stack's name with its corresponding logical ID defined in the parent stack. For an example of a continue update rollback operation with nested stacks, see Using ResourcesToSkip to recover a nested stacks hierarchy.
Gets and sets the property RoleARN.
The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) role that AWS CloudFormation assumes to roll back the stack. AWS CloudFormation uses the role's credentials to make calls on your behalf. AWS CloudFormation always uses this role for all future operations on the stack. As long as users have permission to operate on the stack, AWS CloudFormation uses this role even if the users don't have permission to pass it. Ensure that the role grants least privilege.
If you don't specify a value, AWS CloudFormation uses the role that was previously associated with the stack. If no role is available, AWS CloudFormation uses a temporary session that is generated from your user credentials.
Gets and sets the property StackName.
The name or the unique ID of the stack that you want to continue rolling back.
Don't specify the name of a nested stack (a stack that was created by using the
Supported in: 1.3
Supported in: 4.5, 4.0, 3.5
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