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rix0rrr
rix0rrr commented Nov 29, 2021

Description

There are limits to how many CodeBuild projects can run in parallel (it's either 5 or 20), and asset publishing is liable to hit those.

Rather than queueing builds, any builds over the limit are just outright failed.

The CodePipeline generator should take this into account when generating asset publishing stages.

Use Case

Hitting CodeBuild limit.

Proposed Solution

yorinasub17
yorinasub17 commented Nov 5, 2020

Currently there is no way to customize the terraform or terragrunt command you are running in each session when you go through the functions in terraform package, such as terraform.Apply or terraform.TgApplyAll if it isn't supported in terraform.Options. This is limiting if your code depends on flags like parallelism or terragrunt flags like --terragrunt-include-external-dependencies.

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  • Updated Dec 23, 2020
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