Mana
Mana8mo ago

AWS Lambda config

How do i set permissions in deno for aws lambda. Like --allow-env etc
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Deno AI Helper
Deno AI Helper8mo ago
To set permissions in Deno for AWS Lambda, you would use the same permission flags as you would for any other Deno application. Here's how you can do it: 1. Environment Variables: If your AWS Lambda function needs to access environment variables, you can use the --allow-env flag. If you want to specify which environment variables the program should have access to, you can do so by providing a comma-separated list of environment variables. For example: --allow-env=AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID,AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY. 2. Network Access: If your function needs to make network requests, you can use the --allow-net flag. If you want to restrict network access to specific IP addresses or hostnames, you can provide a comma-separated list of those addresses or hostnames. For example: --allow-net=api.amazonaws.com. 3. File System Access: If your function needs to read or write to the file system, you can use the --allow-read and --allow-write flags. You can also specify which directories or files the program should have access to by providing a comma-separated list of paths. For example: --allow-read=/tmp. Remember, Deno is secure by default, so you need to explicitly allow these permissions. Also, be cautious while using these flags as they can expose sensitive information or system resources. Please note that this information is based on the general Deno documentation and there might be specific considerations or additional steps for AWS Lambda that are not covered in the Deno documentation.
Antonio Sampaio
Antonio Sampaio8mo ago
are you using deno-lambda from hayd?