Lightsail

This page documents function available when using the Lightsail module, created with @service Lightsail.

Index

Documentation

Main.Lightsail.allocate_static_ipMethod
allocate_static_ip(static_ip_name)
allocate_static_ip(static_ip_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Allocates a static IP address.

Arguments

  • static_ip_name: The name of the static IP address.
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Main.Lightsail.attach_certificate_to_distributionMethod
attach_certificate_to_distribution(certificate_name, distribution_name)
attach_certificate_to_distribution(certificate_name, distribution_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Attaches an SSL/TLS certificate to your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. After the certificate is attached, your distribution accepts HTTPS traffic for all of the domains that are associated with the certificate. Use the CreateCertificate action to create a certificate that you can attach to your distribution. Only certificates created in the us-east-1 Amazon Web Services Region can be attached to Lightsail distributions. Lightsail distributions are global resources that can reference an origin in any Amazon Web Services Region, and distribute its content globally. However, all distributions are located in the us-east-1 Region.

Arguments

  • certificate_name: The name of the certificate to attach to a distribution. Only certificates with a status of ISSUED can be attached to a distribution. Use the GetCertificates action to get a list of certificate names that you can specify. This is the name of the certificate resource type and is used only to reference the certificate in other API actions. It can be different than the domain name of the certificate. For example, your certificate name might be WordPress-Blog-Certificate and the domain name of the certificate might be example.com.
  • distribution_name: The name of the distribution that the certificate will be attached to. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.attach_diskMethod
attach_disk(disk_name, disk_path, instance_name)
attach_disk(disk_name, disk_path, instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Attaches a block storage disk to a running or stopped Lightsail instance and exposes it to the instance with the specified disk name. The attach disk operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by disk name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • disk_name: The unique Lightsail disk name (e.g., my-disk).
  • disk_path: The disk path to expose to the instance (e.g., /dev/xvdf).
  • instance_name: The name of the Lightsail instance where you want to utilize the storage disk.
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Main.Lightsail.attach_instances_to_load_balancerMethod
attach_instances_to_load_balancer(instance_names, load_balancer_name)
attach_instances_to_load_balancer(instance_names, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Attaches one or more Lightsail instances to a load balancer. After some time, the instances are attached to the load balancer and the health check status is available. The attach instances to load balancer operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_names: An array of strings representing the instance name(s) you want to attach to your load balancer. An instance must be running before you can attach it to your load balancer. There are no additional limits on the number of instances you can attach to your load balancer, aside from the limit of Lightsail instances you can create in your account (20).
  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer.
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Main.Lightsail.attach_load_balancer_tls_certificateMethod
attach_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_name, load_balancer_name)
attach_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_name, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Attaches a Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate to your load balancer. TLS is just an updated, more secure version of Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Once you create and validate your certificate, you can attach it to your load balancer. You can also use this API to rotate the certificates on your account. Use the AttachLoadBalancerTlsCertificate action with the non-attached certificate, and it will replace the existing one and become the attached certificate. The AttachLoadBalancerTlsCertificate operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • certificate_name: The name of your SSL/TLS certificate.
  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer to which you want to associate the SSL/TLS certificate.
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Main.Lightsail.attach_static_ipMethod
attach_static_ip(instance_name, static_ip_name)
attach_static_ip(instance_name, static_ip_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Attaches a static IP address to a specific Amazon Lightsail instance.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The instance name to which you want to attach the static IP address.
  • static_ip_name: The name of the static IP.
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Main.Lightsail.close_instance_public_portsMethod
close_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_info)
close_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_info, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Closes ports for a specific Amazon Lightsail instance. The CloseInstancePublicPorts action supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instanceName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which to close ports.
  • port_info: An object to describe the ports to close for the specified instance.
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Main.Lightsail.copy_snapshotMethod
copy_snapshot(source_region, target_snapshot_name)
copy_snapshot(source_region, target_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Copies a manual snapshot of an instance or disk as another manual snapshot, or copies an automatic snapshot of an instance or disk as a manual snapshot. This operation can also be used to copy a manual or automatic snapshot of an instance or a disk from one Amazon Web Services Region to another in Amazon Lightsail. When copying a manual snapshot, be sure to define the source region, source snapshot name, and target snapshot name parameters. When copying an automatic snapshot, be sure to define the source region, source resource name, target snapshot name, and either the restore date or the use latest restorable auto snapshot parameters.

Arguments

  • source_region: The Amazon Web Services Region where the source manual or automatic snapshot is located.
  • target_snapshot_name: The name of the new manual snapshot to be created as a copy.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "restoreDate": The date of the source automatic snapshot to copy. Use the get auto snapshots operation to identify the dates of the available automatic snapshots. Constraints: Must be specified in YYYY-MM-DD format. This parameter cannot be defined together with the use latest restorable auto snapshot parameter. The restore date and use latest restorable auto snapshot parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when copying an automatic snapshot as a manual snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "sourceResourceName": The name of the source instance or disk from which the source automatic snapshot was created. Constraint: Define this parameter only when copying an automatic snapshot as a manual snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "sourceSnapshotName": The name of the source manual snapshot to copy. Constraint: Define this parameter only when copying a manual snapshot as another manual snapshot.
  • "useLatestRestorableAutoSnapshot": A Boolean value to indicate whether to use the latest available automatic snapshot of the specified source instance or disk. Constraints: This parameter cannot be defined together with the restore date parameter. The use latest restorable auto snapshot and restore date parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when copying an automatic snapshot as a manual snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_bucketMethod
create_bucket(bucket_name, bundle_id)
create_bucket(bucket_name, bundle_id, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an Amazon Lightsail bucket. A bucket is a cloud storage resource available in the Lightsail object storage service. Use buckets to store objects such as data and its descriptive metadata. For more information about buckets, see Buckets in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name for the bucket. For more information about bucket names, see Bucket naming rules in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • bundle_id: The ID of the bundle to use for the bucket. A bucket bundle specifies the monthly cost, storage space, and data transfer quota for a bucket. Use the GetBucketBundles action to get a list of bundle IDs that you can specify. Use the UpdateBucketBundle action to change the bundle after the bucket is created.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "enableObjectVersioning": A Boolean value that indicates whether to enable versioning of objects in the bucket. For more information about versioning, see Enabling and suspending object versioning in a bucket in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the bucket during creation. Use the TagResource action to tag the bucket after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_bucket_access_keyMethod
create_bucket_access_key(bucket_name)
create_bucket_access_key(bucket_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a new access key for the specified Amazon Lightsail bucket. Access keys consist of an access key ID and corresponding secret access key. Access keys grant full programmatic access to the specified bucket and its objects. You can have a maximum of two access keys per bucket. Use the GetBucketAccessKeys action to get a list of current access keys for a specific bucket. For more information about access keys, see Creating access keys for a bucket in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide. The secretAccessKey value is returned only in response to the CreateBucketAccessKey action. You can get a secret access key only when you first create an access key; you cannot get the secret access key later. If you lose the secret access key, you must create a new access key.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket that the new access key will belong to, and grant access to.
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Main.Lightsail.create_certificateMethod
create_certificate(certificate_name, domain_name)
create_certificate(certificate_name, domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an SSL/TLS certificate for an Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution and a container service. After the certificate is valid, use the AttachCertificateToDistribution action to use the certificate and its domains with your distribution. Or use the UpdateContainerService action to use the certificate and its domains with your container service. Only certificates created in the us-east-1 Amazon Web Services Region can be attached to Lightsail distributions. Lightsail distributions are global resources that can reference an origin in any Amazon Web Services Region, and distribute its content globally. However, all distributions are located in the us-east-1 Region.

Arguments

  • certificate_name: The name for the certificate.
  • domain_name: The domain name (e.g., example.com) for the certificate.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "subjectAlternativeNames": An array of strings that specify the alternate domains (e.g., example2.com) and subdomains (e.g., blog.example.com) for the certificate. You can specify a maximum of nine alternate domains (in addition to the primary domain name). Wildcard domain entries (e.g., *.example.com) are not supported.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the certificate during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_cloud_formation_stackMethod
create_cloud_formation_stack(instances)
create_cloud_formation_stack(instances, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an AWS CloudFormation stack, which creates a new Amazon EC2 instance from an exported Amazon Lightsail snapshot. This operation results in a CloudFormation stack record that can be used to track the AWS CloudFormation stack created. Use the get cloud formation stack records operation to get a list of the CloudFormation stacks created. Wait until after your new Amazon EC2 instance is created before running the create cloud formation stack operation again with the same export snapshot record.

Arguments

  • instances: An array of parameters that will be used to create the new Amazon EC2 instance. You can only pass one instance entry at a time in this array. You will get an invalid parameter error if you pass more than one instance entry in this array.
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Main.Lightsail.create_contact_methodMethod
create_contact_method(contact_endpoint, protocol)
create_contact_method(contact_endpoint, protocol, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an email or SMS text message contact method. A contact method is used to send you notifications about your Amazon Lightsail resources. You can add one email address and one mobile phone number contact method in each Amazon Web Services Region. However, SMS text messaging is not supported in some Amazon Web Services Regions, and SMS text messages cannot be sent to some countries/regions. For more information, see Notifications in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • contact_endpoint: The destination of the contact method, such as an email address or a mobile phone number. Use the E.164 format when specifying a mobile phone number. E.164 is a standard for the phone number structure used for international telecommunication. Phone numbers that follow this format can have a maximum of 15 digits, and they are prefixed with the plus character (+) and the country code. For example, a U.S. phone number in E.164 format would be specified as +1XXX5550100. For more information, see E.164 on Wikipedia.
  • protocol: The protocol of the contact method, such as Email or SMS (text messaging). The SMS protocol is supported only in the following Amazon Web Services Regions. US East (N. Virginia) (us-east-1) US West (Oregon) (us-west-2) Europe (Ireland) (eu-west-1) Asia Pacific (Tokyo) (ap-northeast-1) Asia Pacific (Singapore) (ap-southeast-1) Asia Pacific (Sydney) (ap-southeast-2) For a list of countries/regions where SMS text messages can be sent, and the latest Amazon Web Services Regions where SMS text messaging is supported, see Supported Regions and Countries in the Amazon SNS Developer Guide. For more information about notifications in Amazon Lightsail, see Notifications in Amazon Lightsail.
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Main.Lightsail.create_container_serviceMethod
create_container_service(power, scale, service_name)
create_container_service(power, scale, service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an Amazon Lightsail container service. A Lightsail container service is a compute resource to which you can deploy containers. For more information, see Container services in Amazon Lightsail in the Lightsail Dev Guide.

Arguments

  • power: The power specification for the container service. The power specifies the amount of memory, vCPUs, and base monthly cost of each node of the container service. The power and scale of a container service makes up its configured capacity. To determine the monthly price of your container service, multiply the base price of the power with the scale (the number of nodes) of the service. Use the GetContainerServicePowers action to get a list of power options that you can specify using this parameter, and their base monthly cost.
  • scale: The scale specification for the container service. The scale specifies the allocated compute nodes of the container service. The power and scale of a container service makes up its configured capacity. To determine the monthly price of your container service, multiply the base price of the power with the scale (the number of nodes) of the service.
  • service_name: The name for the container service. The name that you specify for your container service will make up part of its default domain. The default domain of a container service is typically https://&lt;ServiceName&gt;.&lt;RandomGUID&gt;.&lt;AWSRegion&gt;.cs.amazonlightsail.com. If the name of your container service is container-service-1, and it's located in the US East (Ohio) Amazon Web Services Region (us-east-2), then the domain for your container service will be like the following example: https://container-service-1.ur4EXAMPLE2uq.us-east-2.cs.amazonlightsail.com The following are the requirements for container service names: Must be unique within each Amazon Web Services Region in your Lightsail account. Must contain 1 to 63 characters. Must contain only alphanumeric characters and hyphens. A hyphen (-) can separate words but cannot be at the start or end of the name.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "deployment": An object that describes a deployment for the container service. A deployment specifies the containers that will be launched on the container service and their settings, such as the ports to open, the environment variables to apply, and the launch command to run. It also specifies the container that will serve as the public endpoint of the deployment and its settings, such as the HTTP or HTTPS port to use, and the health check configuration.
  • "privateRegistryAccess": An object to describe the configuration for the container service to access private container image repositories, such as Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) private repositories. For more information, see Configuring access to an Amazon ECR private repository for an Amazon Lightsail container service in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "publicDomainNames": The public domain names to use with the container service, such as example.com and www.example.com. You can specify up to four public domain names for a container service. The domain names that you specify are used when you create a deployment with a container configured as the public endpoint of your container service. If you don't specify public domain names, then you can use the default domain of the container service. You must create and validate an SSL/TLS certificate before you can use public domain names with your container service. Use the CreateCertificate action to create a certificate for the public domain names you want to use with your container service. You can specify public domain names using a string to array map as shown in the example later on this page.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the container service during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created. For more information about tags in Lightsail, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_container_service_deploymentMethod
create_container_service_deployment(service_name)
create_container_service_deployment(service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a deployment for your Amazon Lightsail container service. A deployment specifies the containers that will be launched on the container service and their settings, such as the ports to open, the environment variables to apply, and the launch command to run. It also specifies the container that will serve as the public endpoint of the deployment and its settings, such as the HTTP or HTTPS port to use, and the health check configuration. You can deploy containers to your container service using container images from a public registry such as Amazon ECR Public, or from your local machine. For more information, see Creating container images for your Amazon Lightsail container services in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to create the deployment.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "containers": An object that describes the settings of the containers that will be launched on the container service.
  • "publicEndpoint": An object that describes the settings of the public endpoint for the container service.
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Main.Lightsail.create_container_service_registry_loginMethod
create_container_service_registry_login()
create_container_service_registry_login(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a temporary set of log in credentials that you can use to log in to the Docker process on your local machine. After you're logged in, you can use the native Docker commands to push your local container images to the container image registry of your Amazon Lightsail account so that you can use them with your Lightsail container service. The log in credentials expire 12 hours after they are created, at which point you will need to create a new set of log in credentials. You can only push container images to the container service registry of your Lightsail account. You cannot pull container images or perform any other container image management actions on the container service registry. After you push your container images to the container image registry of your Lightsail account, use the RegisterContainerImage action to register the pushed images to a specific Lightsail container service. This action is not required if you install and use the Lightsail Control (lightsailctl) plugin to push container images to your Lightsail container service. For more information, see Pushing and managing container images on your Amazon Lightsail container services in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

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Main.Lightsail.create_diskMethod
create_disk(availability_zone, disk_name, size_in_gb)
create_disk(availability_zone, disk_name, size_in_gb, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a block storage disk that can be attached to an Amazon Lightsail instance in the same Availability Zone (e.g., us-east-2a). The create disk operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • availability_zone: The Availability Zone where you want to create the disk (e.g., us-east-2a). Use the same Availability Zone as the Lightsail instance to which you want to attach the disk. Use the get regions operation to list the Availability Zones where Lightsail is currently available.
  • disk_name: The unique Lightsail disk name (e.g., my-disk).
  • size_in_gb: The size of the disk in GB (e.g., 32).

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "addOns": An array of objects that represent the add-ons to enable for the new disk.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_disk_from_snapshotMethod
create_disk_from_snapshot(availability_zone, disk_name, size_in_gb)
create_disk_from_snapshot(availability_zone, disk_name, size_in_gb, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a block storage disk from a manual or automatic snapshot of a disk. The resulting disk can be attached to an Amazon Lightsail instance in the same Availability Zone (e.g., us-east-2a). The create disk from snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags and resource tags applied to the resource identified by disk snapshot name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • availability_zone: The Availability Zone where you want to create the disk (e.g., us-east-2a). Choose the same Availability Zone as the Lightsail instance where you want to create the disk. Use the GetRegions operation to list the Availability Zones where Lightsail is currently available.
  • disk_name: The unique Lightsail disk name (e.g., my-disk).
  • size_in_gb: The size of the disk in GB (e.g., 32).

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "addOns": An array of objects that represent the add-ons to enable for the new disk.
  • "diskSnapshotName": The name of the disk snapshot (e.g., my-snapshot) from which to create the new storage disk. Constraint: This parameter cannot be defined together with the source disk name parameter. The disk snapshot name and source disk name parameters are mutually exclusive.
  • "restoreDate": The date of the automatic snapshot to use for the new disk. Use the get auto snapshots operation to identify the dates of the available automatic snapshots. Constraints: Must be specified in YYYY-MM-DD format. This parameter cannot be defined together with the use latest restorable auto snapshot parameter. The restore date and use latest restorable auto snapshot parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new disk from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "sourceDiskName": The name of the source disk from which the source automatic snapshot was created. Constraints: This parameter cannot be defined together with the disk snapshot name parameter. The source disk name and disk snapshot name parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new disk from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
  • "useLatestRestorableAutoSnapshot": A Boolean value to indicate whether to use the latest available automatic snapshot. Constraints: This parameter cannot be defined together with the restore date parameter. The use latest restorable auto snapshot and restore date parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new disk from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_disk_snapshotMethod
create_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name)
create_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a snapshot of a block storage disk. You can use snapshots for backups, to make copies of disks, and to save data before shutting down a Lightsail instance. You can take a snapshot of an attached disk that is in use; however, snapshots only capture data that has been written to your disk at the time the snapshot command is issued. This may exclude any data that has been cached by any applications or the operating system. If you can pause any file systems on the disk long enough to take a snapshot, your snapshot should be complete. Nevertheless, if you cannot pause all file writes to the disk, you should unmount the disk from within the Lightsail instance, issue the create disk snapshot command, and then remount the disk to ensure a consistent and complete snapshot. You may remount and use your disk while the snapshot status is pending. You can also use this operation to create a snapshot of an instance's system volume. You might want to do this, for example, to recover data from the system volume of a botched instance or to create a backup of the system volume like you would for a block storage disk. To create a snapshot of a system volume, just define the instance name parameter when issuing the snapshot command, and a snapshot of the defined instance's system volume will be created. After the snapshot is available, you can create a block storage disk from the snapshot and attach it to a running instance to access the data on the disk. The create disk snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • disk_snapshot_name: The name of the destination disk snapshot (e.g., my-disk-snapshot) based on the source disk.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "diskName": The unique name of the source disk (e.g., Disk-Virginia-1). This parameter cannot be defined together with the instance name parameter. The disk name and instance name parameters are mutually exclusive.
  • "instanceName": The unique name of the source instance (e.g., Amazon_Linux-512MB-Virginia-1). When this is defined, a snapshot of the instance's system volume is created. This parameter cannot be defined together with the disk name parameter. The instance name and disk name parameters are mutually exclusive.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_distributionMethod
create_distribution(bundle_id, default_cache_behavior, distribution_name, origin)
create_distribution(bundle_id, default_cache_behavior, distribution_name, origin, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. A distribution is a globally distributed network of caching servers that improve the performance of your website or web application hosted on a Lightsail instance. For more information, see Content delivery networks in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • bundle_id: The bundle ID to use for the distribution. A distribution bundle describes the specifications of your distribution, such as the monthly cost and monthly network transfer quota. Use the GetDistributionBundles action to get a list of distribution bundle IDs that you can specify.
  • default_cache_behavior: An object that describes the default cache behavior for the distribution.
  • distribution_name: The name for the distribution.
  • origin: An object that describes the origin resource for the distribution, such as a Lightsail instance, bucket, or load balancer. The distribution pulls, caches, and serves content from the origin.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "cacheBehaviorSettings": An object that describes the cache behavior settings for the distribution.
  • "cacheBehaviors": An array of objects that describe the per-path cache behavior for the distribution.
  • "ipAddressType": The IP address type for the distribution. The possible values are ipv4 for IPv4 only, and dualstack for IPv4 and IPv6. The default value is dualstack.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the distribution during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_domainMethod
create_domain(domain_name)
create_domain(domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a domain resource for the specified domain (e.g., example.com). The create domain operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • domain_name: The domain name to manage (e.g., example.com).

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_domain_entryMethod
create_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name)
create_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates one of the following domain name system (DNS) records in a domain DNS zone: Address (A), canonical name (CNAME), mail exchanger (MX), name server (NS), start of authority (SOA), service locator (SRV), or text (TXT). The create domain entry operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by domain name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • domain_entry: An array of key-value pairs containing information about the domain entry request.
  • domain_name: The domain name (e.g., example.com) for which you want to create the domain entry.
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Main.Lightsail.create_instance_snapshotMethod
create_instance_snapshot(instance_name, instance_snapshot_name)
create_instance_snapshot(instance_name, instance_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a snapshot of a specific virtual private server, or instance. You can use a snapshot to create a new instance that is based on that snapshot. The create instance snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The Lightsail instance on which to base your snapshot.
  • instance_snapshot_name: The name for your new snapshot.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_instancesMethod
create_instances(availability_zone, blueprint_id, bundle_id, instance_names)
create_instances(availability_zone, blueprint_id, bundle_id, instance_names, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates one or more Amazon Lightsail instances. The create instances operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • availability_zone: The Availability Zone in which to create your instance. Use the following format: us-east-2a (case sensitive). You can get a list of Availability Zones by using the get regions operation. Be sure to add the include Availability Zones parameter to your request.
  • blueprint_id: The ID for a virtual private server image (e.g., appwordpress44 or applamp70). Use the get blueprints operation to return a list of available images (or blueprints). Use active blueprints when creating new instances. Inactive blueprints are listed to support customers with existing instances and are not necessarily available to create new instances. Blueprints are marked inactive when they become outdated due to operating system updates or new application releases.
  • bundle_id: The bundle of specification information for your virtual private server (or instance), including the pricing plan (e.g., micro10).
  • instance_names: The names to use for your new Lightsail instances. Separate multiple values using quotation marks and commas, for example: ["MyFirstInstance","MySecondInstance"]

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "addOns": An array of objects representing the add-ons to enable for the new instance.
  • "customImageName": (Deprecated) The name for your custom image. In releases prior to June 12, 2017, this parameter was ignored by the API. It is now deprecated.
  • "ipAddressType": The IP address type for the instance. The possible values are ipv4 for IPv4 only, and dualstack for IPv4 and IPv6. The default value is dualstack.
  • "keyPairName": The name of your key pair.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
  • "userData": A launch script you can create that configures a server with additional user data. For example, you might want to run apt-get -y update. Depending on the machine image you choose, the command to get software on your instance varies. Amazon Linux and CentOS use yum, Debian and Ubuntu use apt-get, and FreeBSD uses pkg. For a complete list, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_instances_from_snapshotMethod
create_instances_from_snapshot(availability_zone, bundle_id, instance_names)
create_instances_from_snapshot(availability_zone, bundle_id, instance_names, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates one or more new instances from a manual or automatic snapshot of an instance. The create instances from snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags and resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance snapshot name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • availability_zone: The Availability Zone where you want to create your instances. Use the following formatting: us-east-2a (case sensitive). You can get a list of Availability Zones by using the get regions operation. Be sure to add the include Availability Zones parameter to your request.
  • bundle_id: The bundle of specification information for your virtual private server (or instance), including the pricing plan (e.g., micro10).
  • instance_names: The names for your new instances.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "addOns": An array of objects representing the add-ons to enable for the new instance.
  • "attachedDiskMapping": An object containing information about one or more disk mappings.
  • "instanceSnapshotName": The name of the instance snapshot on which you are basing your new instances. Use the get instance snapshots operation to return information about your existing snapshots. Constraint: This parameter cannot be defined together with the source instance name parameter. The instance snapshot name and source instance name parameters are mutually exclusive.
  • "ipAddressType": The IP address type for the instance. The possible values are ipv4 for IPv4 only, and dualstack for IPv4 and IPv6. The default value is dualstack.
  • "keyPairName": The name for your key pair.
  • "restoreDate": The date of the automatic snapshot to use for the new instance. Use the get auto snapshots operation to identify the dates of the available automatic snapshots. Constraints: Must be specified in YYYY-MM-DD format. This parameter cannot be defined together with the use latest restorable auto snapshot parameter. The restore date and use latest restorable auto snapshot parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new instance from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "sourceInstanceName": The name of the source instance from which the source automatic snapshot was created. Constraints: This parameter cannot be defined together with the instance snapshot name parameter. The source instance name and instance snapshot name parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new instance from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
  • "useLatestRestorableAutoSnapshot": A Boolean value to indicate whether to use the latest available automatic snapshot. Constraints: This parameter cannot be defined together with the restore date parameter. The use latest restorable auto snapshot and restore date parameters are mutually exclusive. Define this parameter only when creating a new instance from an automatic snapshot. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "userData": You can create a launch script that configures a server with additional user data. For example, apt-get -y update. Depending on the machine image you choose, the command to get software on your instance varies. Amazon Linux and CentOS use yum, Debian and Ubuntu use apt-get, and FreeBSD uses pkg. For a complete list, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_key_pairMethod
create_key_pair(key_pair_name)
create_key_pair(key_pair_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a custom SSH key pair that you can use with an Amazon Lightsail instance. Use the DownloadDefaultKeyPair action to create a Lightsail default key pair in an Amazon Web Services Region where a default key pair does not currently exist. The create key pair operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • key_pair_name: The name for your new key pair.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_load_balancerMethod
create_load_balancer(instance_port, load_balancer_name)
create_load_balancer(instance_port, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a Lightsail load balancer. To learn more about deciding whether to load balance your application, see Configure your Lightsail instances for load balancing. You can create up to 5 load balancers per AWS Region in your account. When you create a load balancer, you can specify a unique name and port settings. To change additional load balancer settings, use the UpdateLoadBalancerAttribute operation. The create load balancer operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_port: The instance port where you're creating your load balancer.
  • load_balancer_name: The name of your load balancer.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "certificateAlternativeNames": The optional alternative domains and subdomains to use with your SSL/TLS certificate (e.g., www.example.com, example.com, m.example.com, blog.example.com).
  • "certificateDomainName": The domain name with which your certificate is associated (e.g., example.com). If you specify certificateDomainName, then certificateName is required (and vice-versa).
  • "certificateName": The name of the SSL/TLS certificate. If you specify certificateName, then certificateDomainName is required (and vice-versa).
  • "healthCheckPath": The path you provided to perform the load balancer health check. If you didn't specify a health check path, Lightsail uses the root path of your website (e.g., "/"). You may want to specify a custom health check path other than the root of your application if your home page loads slowly or has a lot of media or scripting on it.
  • "ipAddressType": The IP address type for the load balancer. The possible values are ipv4 for IPv4 only, and dualstack for IPv4 and IPv6. The default value is dualstack.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
  • "tlsPolicyName": The name of the TLS policy to apply to the load balancer. Use the GetLoadBalancerTlsPolicies action to get a list of TLS policy names that you can specify. For more information about load balancer TLS policies, see Configuring TLS security policies on your Amazon Lightsail load balancers in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
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Main.Lightsail.create_load_balancer_tls_certificateMethod
create_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_domain_name, certificate_name, load_balancer_name)
create_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_domain_name, certificate_name, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates an SSL/TLS certificate for an Amazon Lightsail load balancer. TLS is just an updated, more secure version of Secure Socket Layer (SSL). The CreateLoadBalancerTlsCertificate operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • certificate_domain_name: The domain name (e.g., example.com) for your SSL/TLS certificate.
  • certificate_name: The SSL/TLS certificate name. You can have up to 10 certificates in your account at one time. Each Lightsail load balancer can have up to 2 certificates associated with it at one time. There is also an overall limit to the number of certificates that can be issue in a 365-day period. For more information, see Limits.
  • load_balancer_name: The load balancer name where you want to create the SSL/TLS certificate.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "certificateAlternativeNames": An array of strings listing alternative domains and subdomains for your SSL/TLS certificate. Lightsail will de-dupe the names for you. You can have a maximum of 9 alternative names (in addition to the 1 primary domain). We do not support wildcards (e.g., *.example.com).
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_relational_databaseMethod
create_relational_database(master_database_name, master_username, relational_database_blueprint_id, relational_database_bundle_id, relational_database_name)
create_relational_database(master_database_name, master_username, relational_database_blueprint_id, relational_database_bundle_id, relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a new database in Amazon Lightsail. The create relational database operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • master_database_name: The meaning of this parameter differs according to the database engine you use. MySQL The name of the database to create when the Lightsail database resource is created. If this parameter isn't specified, no database is created in the database resource. Constraints: Must contain 1 to 64 letters or numbers. Must begin with a letter. Subsequent characters can be letters, underscores, or digits (0- 9). Can't be a word reserved by the specified database engine. For more information about reserved words in MySQL, see the Keywords and Reserved Words articles for MySQL 5.6, MySQL 5.7, and MySQL 8.0. PostgreSQL The name of the database to create when the Lightsail database resource is created. If this parameter isn't specified, a database named postgres is created in the database resource. Constraints: Must contain 1 to 63 letters or numbers. Must begin with a letter. Subsequent characters can be letters, underscores, or digits (0- 9). Can't be a word reserved by the specified database engine. For more information about reserved words in PostgreSQL, see the SQL Key Words articles for PostgreSQL 9.6, PostgreSQL 10, PostgreSQL 11, and PostgreSQL 12.
  • master_username: The name for the master user. MySQL Constraints: Required for MySQL. Must be 1 to 16 letters or numbers. Can contain underscores. First character must be a letter. Can't be a reserved word for the chosen database engine. For more information about reserved words in MySQL 5.6 or 5.7, see the Keywords and Reserved Words articles for MySQL 5.6, MySQL 5.7, or MySQL 8.0. PostgreSQL Constraints: Required for PostgreSQL. Must be 1 to 63 letters or numbers. Can contain underscores. First character must be a letter. Can't be a reserved word for the chosen database engine. For more information about reserved words in MySQL 5.6 or 5.7, see the Keywords and Reserved Words articles for PostgreSQL 9.6, PostgreSQL 10, PostgreSQL 11, and PostgreSQL 12.
  • relational_database_blueprint_id: The blueprint ID for your new database. A blueprint describes the major engine version of a database. You can get a list of database blueprints IDs by using the get relational database blueprints operation.
  • relational_database_bundle_id: The bundle ID for your new database. A bundle describes the performance specifications for your database. You can get a list of database bundle IDs by using the get relational database bundles operation.
  • relational_database_name: The name to use for your new Lightsail database resource. Constraints: Must contain from 2 to 255 alphanumeric characters, or hyphens. The first and last character must be a letter or number.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "availabilityZone": The Availability Zone in which to create your new database. Use the us-east-2a case-sensitive format. You can get a list of Availability Zones by using the get regions operation. Be sure to add the include relational database Availability Zones parameter to your request.
  • "masterUserPassword": The password for the master user. The password can include any printable ASCII character except "/", """, or "@". It cannot contain spaces. MySQL Constraints: Must contain from 8 to 41 characters. PostgreSQL Constraints: Must contain from 8 to 128 characters.
  • "preferredBackupWindow": The daily time range during which automated backups are created for your new database if automated backups are enabled. The default is a 30-minute window selected at random from an 8-hour block of time for each AWS Region. For more information about the preferred backup window time blocks for each region, see the Working With Backups guide in the Amazon Relational Database Service documentation. Constraints: Must be in the hh24:mi-hh24:mi format. Example: 16:00-16:30 Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Must not conflict with the preferred maintenance window. Must be at least 30 minutes.
  • "preferredMaintenanceWindow": The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur on your new database. The default is a 30-minute window selected at random from an 8-hour block of time for each AWS Region, occurring on a random day of the week. Constraints: Must be in the ddd:hh24:mi-ddd:hh24:mi format. Valid days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun. Must be at least 30 minutes. Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Example: Tue:17:00-Tue:17:30
  • "publiclyAccessible": Specifies the accessibility options for your new database. A value of true specifies a database that is available to resources outside of your Lightsail account. A value of false specifies a database that is available only to your Lightsail resources in the same region as your database.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.create_relational_database_from_snapshotMethod
create_relational_database_from_snapshot(relational_database_name)
create_relational_database_from_snapshot(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a new database from an existing database snapshot in Amazon Lightsail. You can create a new database from a snapshot in if something goes wrong with your original database, or to change it to a different plan, such as a high availability or standard plan. The create relational database from snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags and resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseSnapshotName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name to use for your new Lightsail database resource. Constraints: Must contain from 2 to 255 alphanumeric characters, or hyphens. The first and last character must be a letter or number.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "availabilityZone": The Availability Zone in which to create your new database. Use the us-east-2a case-sensitive format. You can get a list of Availability Zones by using the get regions operation. Be sure to add the include relational database Availability Zones parameter to your request.
  • "publiclyAccessible": Specifies the accessibility options for your new database. A value of true specifies a database that is available to resources outside of your Lightsail account. A value of false specifies a database that is available only to your Lightsail resources in the same region as your database.
  • "relationalDatabaseBundleId": The bundle ID for your new database. A bundle describes the performance specifications for your database. You can get a list of database bundle IDs by using the get relational database bundles operation. When creating a new database from a snapshot, you cannot choose a bundle that is smaller than the bundle of the source database.
  • "relationalDatabaseSnapshotName": The name of the database snapshot from which to create your new database.
  • "restoreTime": The date and time to restore your database from. Constraints: Must be before the latest restorable time for the database. Cannot be specified if the use latest restorable time parameter is true. Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use a restore time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, then you input 1538424000 as the restore time.
  • "sourceRelationalDatabaseName": The name of the source database.
  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
  • "useLatestRestorableTime": Specifies whether your database is restored from the latest backup time. A value of true restores from the latest backup time. Default: false Constraints: Cannot be specified if the restore time parameter is provided.
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Main.Lightsail.create_relational_database_snapshotMethod
create_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_name, relational_database_snapshot_name)
create_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_name, relational_database_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates a snapshot of your database in Amazon Lightsail. You can use snapshots for backups, to make copies of a database, and to save data before deleting a database. The create relational database snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via request tags. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of the database on which to base your new snapshot.
  • relational_database_snapshot_name: The name for your new database snapshot. Constraints: Must contain from 2 to 255 alphanumeric characters, or hyphens. The first and last character must be a letter or number.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "tags": The tag keys and optional values to add to the resource during create. Use the TagResource action to tag a resource after it's created.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_alarmMethod
delete_alarm(alarm_name)
delete_alarm(alarm_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an alarm. An alarm is used to monitor a single metric for one of your resources. When a metric condition is met, the alarm can notify you by email, SMS text message, and a banner displayed on the Amazon Lightsail console. For more information, see Alarms in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • alarm_name: The name of the alarm to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_auto_snapshotMethod
delete_auto_snapshot(date, resource_name)
delete_auto_snapshot(date, resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an automatic snapshot of an instance or disk. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • date: The date of the automatic snapshot to delete in YYYY-MM-DD format. Use the get auto snapshots operation to get the available automatic snapshots for a resource.
  • resource_name: The name of the source instance or disk from which to delete the automatic snapshot.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_bucketMethod
delete_bucket(bucket_name)
delete_bucket(bucket_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a Amazon Lightsail bucket. When you delete your bucket, the bucket name is released and can be reused for a new bucket in your account or another Amazon Web Services account.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket to delete. Use the GetBuckets action to get a list of bucket names that you can specify.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "forceDelete": A Boolean value that indicates whether to force delete the bucket. You must force delete the bucket if it has one of the following conditions: The bucket is the origin of a distribution. The bucket has instances that were granted access to it using the SetResourceAccessForBucket action. The bucket has objects. The bucket has access keys. Force deleting a bucket might impact other resources that rely on the bucket, such as instances, distributions, or software that use the issued access keys.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_bucket_access_keyMethod
delete_bucket_access_key(access_key_id, bucket_name)
delete_bucket_access_key(access_key_id, bucket_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an access key for the specified Amazon Lightsail bucket. We recommend that you delete an access key if the secret access key is compromised. For more information about access keys, see Creating access keys for a bucket in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • access_key_id: The ID of the access key to delete. Use the GetBucketAccessKeys action to get a list of access key IDs that you can specify.
  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket that the access key belongs to.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_certificateMethod
delete_certificate(certificate_name)
delete_certificate(certificate_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an SSL/TLS certificate for your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. Certificates that are currently attached to a distribution cannot be deleted. Use the DetachCertificateFromDistribution action to detach a certificate from a distribution.

Arguments

  • certificate_name: The name of the certificate to delete. Use the GetCertificates action to get a list of certificate names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_contact_methodMethod
delete_contact_method(protocol)
delete_contact_method(protocol, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a contact method. A contact method is used to send you notifications about your Amazon Lightsail resources. You can add one email address and one mobile phone number contact method in each Amazon Web Services Region. However, SMS text messaging is not supported in some Amazon Web Services Regions, and SMS text messages cannot be sent to some countries/regions. For more information, see Notifications in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • protocol: The protocol that will be deleted, such as Email or SMS (text messaging). To delete an Email and an SMS contact method if you added both, you must run separate DeleteContactMethod actions to delete each protocol.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_container_imageMethod
delete_container_image(image, service_name)
delete_container_image(image, service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a container image that is registered to your Amazon Lightsail container service.

Arguments

  • image: The name of the container image to delete from the container service. Use the GetContainerImages action to get the name of the container images that are registered to a container service. Container images sourced from your Lightsail container service, that are registered and stored on your service, start with a colon (:). For example, :container-service-1.mystaticwebsite.1. Container images sourced from a public registry like Docker Hub don't start with a colon. For example, nginx:latest or nginx.
  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to delete a registered container image.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_container_serviceMethod
delete_container_service(service_name)
delete_container_service(service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes your Amazon Lightsail container service.

Arguments

  • service_name: The name of the container service to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_diskMethod
delete_disk(disk_name)
delete_disk(disk_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the specified block storage disk. The disk must be in the available state (not attached to a Lightsail instance). The disk may remain in the deleting state for several minutes. The delete disk operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by disk name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • disk_name: The unique name of the disk you want to delete (e.g., my-disk).

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "forceDeleteAddOns": A Boolean value to indicate whether to delete all add-ons for the disk.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_disk_snapshotMethod
delete_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name)
delete_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the specified disk snapshot. When you make periodic snapshots of a disk, the snapshots are incremental, and only the blocks on the device that have changed since your last snapshot are saved in the new snapshot. When you delete a snapshot, only the data not needed for any other snapshot is removed. So regardless of which prior snapshots have been deleted, all active snapshots will have access to all the information needed to restore the disk. The delete disk snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by disk snapshot name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • disk_snapshot_name: The name of the disk snapshot you want to delete (e.g., my-disk-snapshot).
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Main.Lightsail.delete_distributionMethod
delete_distribution()
delete_distribution(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "distributionName": The name of the distribution to delete. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_domainMethod
delete_domain(domain_name)
delete_domain(domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the specified domain recordset and all of its domain records. The delete domain operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by domain name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • domain_name: The specific domain name to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_domain_entryMethod
delete_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name)
delete_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a specific domain entry. The delete domain entry operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by domain name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • domain_entry: An array of key-value pairs containing information about your domain entries.
  • domain_name: The name of the domain entry to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_instanceMethod
delete_instance(instance_name)
delete_instance(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an Amazon Lightsail instance. The delete instance operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance to delete.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "forceDeleteAddOns": A Boolean value to indicate whether to delete all add-ons for the instance.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_instance_snapshotMethod
delete_instance_snapshot(instance_snapshot_name)
delete_instance_snapshot(instance_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a specific snapshot of a virtual private server (or instance). The delete instance snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance snapshot name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_snapshot_name: The name of the snapshot to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_key_pairMethod
delete_key_pair(key_pair_name)
delete_key_pair(key_pair_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the specified key pair by removing the public key from Amazon Lightsail. You can delete key pairs that were created using the ImportKeyPair and CreateKeyPair actions, as well as the Lightsail default key pair. A new default key pair will not be created unless you launch an instance without specifying a custom key pair, or you call the DownloadDefaultKeyPair API. The delete key pair operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by key pair name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • key_pair_name: The name of the key pair to delete.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "expectedFingerprint": The RSA fingerprint of the Lightsail default key pair to delete. The expectedFingerprint parameter is required only when specifying to delete a Lightsail default key pair.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_known_host_keysMethod
delete_known_host_keys(instance_name)
delete_known_host_keys(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the known host key or certificate used by the Amazon Lightsail browser-based SSH or RDP clients to authenticate an instance. This operation enables the Lightsail browser-based SSH or RDP clients to connect to the instance after a host key mismatch. Perform this operation only if you were expecting the host key or certificate mismatch or if you are familiar with the new host key or certificate on the instance. For more information, see Troubleshooting connection issues when using the Amazon Lightsail browser-based SSH or RDP client.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which you want to reset the host key or certificate.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_load_balancerMethod
delete_load_balancer(load_balancer_name)
delete_load_balancer(load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a Lightsail load balancer and all its associated SSL/TLS certificates. Once the load balancer is deleted, you will need to create a new load balancer, create a new certificate, and verify domain ownership again. The delete load balancer operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer you want to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_load_balancer_tls_certificateMethod
delete_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_name, load_balancer_name)
delete_load_balancer_tls_certificate(certificate_name, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes an SSL/TLS certificate associated with a Lightsail load balancer. The DeleteLoadBalancerTlsCertificate operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • certificate_name: The SSL/TLS certificate name.
  • load_balancer_name: The load balancer name.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "force": When true, forces the deletion of an SSL/TLS certificate. There can be two certificates associated with a Lightsail load balancer: the primary and the backup. The force parameter is required when the primary SSL/TLS certificate is in use by an instance attached to the load balancer.
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Main.Lightsail.delete_relational_databaseMethod
delete_relational_database(relational_database_name)
delete_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a database in Amazon Lightsail. The delete relational database operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of the database that you are deleting.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "finalRelationalDatabaseSnapshotName": The name of the database snapshot created if skip final snapshot is false, which is the default value for that parameter. Specifying this parameter and also specifying the skip final snapshot parameter to true results in an error. Constraints: Must contain from 2 to 255 alphanumeric characters, or hyphens. The first and last character must be a letter or number.
  • "skipFinalSnapshot": Determines whether a final database snapshot is created before your database is deleted. If true is specified, no database snapshot is created. If false is specified, a database snapshot is created before your database is deleted. You must specify the final relational database snapshot name parameter if the skip final snapshot parameter is false. Default: false
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Main.Lightsail.delete_relational_database_snapshotMethod
delete_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_snapshot_name)
delete_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a database snapshot in Amazon Lightsail. The delete relational database snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_snapshot_name: The name of the database snapshot that you are deleting.
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Main.Lightsail.detach_certificate_from_distributionMethod
detach_certificate_from_distribution(distribution_name)
detach_certificate_from_distribution(distribution_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Detaches an SSL/TLS certificate from your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. After the certificate is detached, your distribution stops accepting traffic for all of the domains that are associated with the certificate.

Arguments

  • distribution_name: The name of the distribution from which to detach the certificate. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.detach_diskMethod
detach_disk(disk_name)
detach_disk(disk_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Detaches a stopped block storage disk from a Lightsail instance. Make sure to unmount any file systems on the device within your operating system before stopping the instance and detaching the disk. The detach disk operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by disk name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • disk_name: The unique name of the disk you want to detach from your instance (e.g., my-disk).
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Main.Lightsail.detach_instances_from_load_balancerMethod
detach_instances_from_load_balancer(instance_names, load_balancer_name)
detach_instances_from_load_balancer(instance_names, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Detaches the specified instances from a Lightsail load balancer. This operation waits until the instances are no longer needed before they are detached from the load balancer. The detach instances from load balancer operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_names: An array of strings containing the names of the instances you want to detach from the load balancer.
  • load_balancer_name: The name of the Lightsail load balancer.
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Main.Lightsail.detach_static_ipMethod
detach_static_ip(static_ip_name)
detach_static_ip(static_ip_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Detaches a static IP from the Amazon Lightsail instance to which it is attached.

Arguments

  • static_ip_name: The name of the static IP to detach from the instance.
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Main.Lightsail.disable_add_onMethod
disable_add_on(add_on_type, resource_name)
disable_add_on(add_on_type, resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Disables an add-on for an Amazon Lightsail resource. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • add_on_type: The add-on type to disable.
  • resource_name: The name of the source resource for which to disable the add-on.
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Main.Lightsail.download_default_key_pairMethod
download_default_key_pair()
download_default_key_pair(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Downloads the regional Amazon Lightsail default key pair. This action also creates a Lightsail default key pair if a default key pair does not currently exist in the Amazon Web Services Region.

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Main.Lightsail.enable_add_onMethod
enable_add_on(add_on_request, resource_name)
enable_add_on(add_on_request, resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Enables or modifies an add-on for an Amazon Lightsail resource. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • add_on_request: An array of strings representing the add-on to enable or modify.
  • resource_name: The name of the source resource for which to enable or modify the add-on.
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Main.Lightsail.export_snapshotMethod
export_snapshot(source_snapshot_name)
export_snapshot(source_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Exports an Amazon Lightsail instance or block storage disk snapshot to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). This operation results in an export snapshot record that can be used with the create cloud formation stack operation to create new Amazon EC2 instances. Exported instance snapshots appear in Amazon EC2 as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), and the instance system disk appears as an Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volume. Exported disk snapshots appear in Amazon EC2 as Amazon EBS volumes. Snapshots are exported to the same Amazon Web Services Region in Amazon EC2 as the source Lightsail snapshot. The export snapshot operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by source snapshot name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide. Use the get instance snapshots or get disk snapshots operations to get a list of snapshots that you can export to Amazon EC2.

Arguments

  • source_snapshot_name: The name of the instance or disk snapshot to be exported to Amazon EC2.
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Main.Lightsail.get_active_namesMethod
get_active_names()
get_active_names(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the names of all active (not deleted) resources.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetActiveNames request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_alarmsMethod
get_alarms()
get_alarms(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about the configured alarms. Specify an alarm name in your request to return information about a specific alarm, or specify a monitored resource name to return information about all alarms for a specific resource. An alarm is used to monitor a single metric for one of your resources. When a metric condition is met, the alarm can notify you by email, SMS text message, and a banner displayed on the Amazon Lightsail console. For more information, see Alarms in Amazon Lightsail.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "alarmName": The name of the alarm. Specify an alarm name to return information about a specific alarm.
  • "monitoredResourceName": The name of the Lightsail resource being monitored by the alarm. Specify a monitored resource name to return information about all alarms for a specific resource.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetAlarms request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_auto_snapshotsMethod
get_auto_snapshots(resource_name)
get_auto_snapshots(resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the available automatic snapshots for an instance or disk. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • resource_name: The name of the source instance or disk from which to get automatic snapshot information.
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Main.Lightsail.get_blueprintsMethod
get_blueprints()
get_blueprints(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the list of available instance images, or blueprints. You can use a blueprint to create a new instance already running a specific operating system, as well as a preinstalled app or development stack. The software each instance is running depends on the blueprint image you choose. Use active blueprints when creating new instances. Inactive blueprints are listed to support customers with existing instances and are not necessarily available to create new instances. Blueprints are marked inactive when they become outdated due to operating system updates or new application releases.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeInactive": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include inactive (unavailable) blueprints in the response of your request.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetBlueprints request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_bucket_access_keysMethod
get_bucket_access_keys(bucket_name)
get_bucket_access_keys(bucket_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the existing access key IDs for the specified Amazon Lightsail bucket. This action does not return the secret access key value of an access key. You can get a secret access key only when you create it from the response of the CreateBucketAccessKey action. If you lose the secret access key, you must create a new access key.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket for which to return access keys.
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Main.Lightsail.get_bucket_bundlesMethod
get_bucket_bundles()
get_bucket_bundles(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the bundles that you can apply to a Amazon Lightsail bucket. The bucket bundle specifies the monthly cost, storage quota, and data transfer quota for a bucket. Use the UpdateBucketBundle action to update the bundle for a bucket.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeInactive": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include inactive (unavailable) bundles in the response of your request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_bucket_metric_dataMethod
get_bucket_metric_data(bucket_name, end_time, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit)
get_bucket_metric_data(bucket_name, end_time, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the data points of a specific metric for an Amazon Lightsail bucket. Metrics report the utilization of a bucket. View and collect metric data regularly to monitor the number of objects stored in a bucket (including object versions) and the storage space used by those objects.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket for which to get metric data.
  • end_time: The timestamp indicating the latest data to be returned.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid bucket metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. These bucket metrics are reported once per day. BucketSizeBytes - The amount of data in bytes stored in a bucket. This value is calculated by summing the size of all objects in the bucket (including object versions), including the size of all parts for all incomplete multipart uploads to the bucket. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Maximum. Unit: The published unit is Bytes. NumberOfObjects - The total number of objects stored in a bucket. This value is calculated by counting all objects in the bucket (including object versions) and the total number of parts for all incomplete multipart uploads to the bucket. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Count.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, of the returned data points. Bucket storage metrics are reported once per day. Therefore, you should specify a period of 86400 seconds, which is the number of seconds in a day.
  • start_time: The timestamp indicating the earliest data to be returned.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - The sum of all values submitted for the matching metric. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
  • unit: The unit for the metric data request. Valid units depend on the metric data being requested. For the valid units with each available metric, see the metricName parameter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_bucketsMethod
get_buckets()
get_buckets(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about one or more Amazon Lightsail buckets. The information returned includes the synchronization status of the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) account-level block public access feature for your Lightsail buckets. For more information about buckets, see Buckets in Amazon Lightsail in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "bucketName": The name of the bucket for which to return information. When omitted, the response includes all of your buckets in the Amazon Web Services Region where the request is made.
  • "includeConnectedResources": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include Lightsail instances that were given access to the bucket using the SetResourceAccessForBucket action.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetBuckets request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_bundlesMethod
get_bundles()
get_bundles(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the bundles that you can apply to an Amazon Lightsail instance when you create it. A bundle describes the specifications of an instance, such as the monthly cost, amount of memory, the number of vCPUs, amount of storage space, and monthly network data transfer quota. Bundles are referred to as instance plans in the Lightsail console.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeInactive": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include inactive (unavailable) bundles in the response of your request.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetBundles request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_certificatesMethod
get_certificates()
get_certificates(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about one or more Amazon Lightsail SSL/TLS certificates. To get a summary of a certificate, ommit includeCertificateDetails from your request. The response will include only the certificate Amazon Resource Name (ARN), certificate name, domain name, and tags.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "certificateName": The name for the certificate for which to return information. When omitted, the response includes all of your certificates in the Amazon Web Services Region where the request is made.
  • "certificateStatuses": The status of the certificates for which to return information. For example, specify ISSUED to return only certificates with an ISSUED status. When omitted, the response includes all of your certificates in the Amazon Web Services Region where the request is made, regardless of their current status.
  • "includeCertificateDetails": Indicates whether to include detailed information about the certificates in the response. When omitted, the response includes only the certificate names, Amazon Resource Names (ARNs), domain names, and tags.
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Main.Lightsail.get_cloud_formation_stack_recordsMethod
get_cloud_formation_stack_records()
get_cloud_formation_stack_records(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the CloudFormation stack record created as a result of the create cloud formation stack operation. An AWS CloudFormation stack is used to create a new Amazon EC2 instance from an exported Lightsail snapshot.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetClouFormationStackRecords request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_contact_methodsMethod
get_contact_methods()
get_contact_methods(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about the configured contact methods. Specify a protocol in your request to return information about a specific contact method. A contact method is used to send you notifications about your Amazon Lightsail resources. You can add one email address and one mobile phone number contact method in each Amazon Web Services Region. However, SMS text messaging is not supported in some Amazon Web Services Regions, and SMS text messages cannot be sent to some countries/regions. For more information, see Notifications in Amazon Lightsail.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "protocols": The protocols used to send notifications, such as Email, or SMS (text messaging). Specify a protocol in your request to return information about a specific contact method protocol.
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Main.Lightsail.get_container_apimetadataMethod
get_container_apimetadata()
get_container_apimetadata(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about Amazon Lightsail containers, such as the current version of the Lightsail Control (lightsailctl) plugin.

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Main.Lightsail.get_container_imagesMethod
get_container_images(service_name)
get_container_images(service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the container images that are registered to your Amazon Lightsail container service. If you created a deployment on your Lightsail container service that uses container images from a public registry like Docker Hub, those images are not returned as part of this action. Those images are not registered to your Lightsail container service.

Arguments

  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to return registered container images.
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Main.Lightsail.get_container_logMethod
get_container_log(container_name, service_name)
get_container_log(container_name, service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the log events of a container of your Amazon Lightsail container service. If your container service has more than one node (i.e., a scale greater than 1), then the log events that are returned for the specified container are merged from all nodes on your container service. Container logs are retained for a certain amount of time. For more information, see Amazon Lightsail endpoints and quotas in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

Arguments

  • container_name: The name of the container that is either running or previously ran on the container service for which to return a log.
  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to get a container log.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "endTime": The end of the time interval for which to get log data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use an end time of October 1, 2018, at 9 PM UTC, specify 1538427600 as the end time. You can convert a human-friendly time to Unix time format using a converter like Epoch converter.
  • "filterPattern": The pattern to use to filter the returned log events to a specific term. The following are a few examples of filter patterns that you can specify: To return all log events, specify a filter pattern of "". To exclude log events that contain the ERROR term, and return all other log events, specify a filter pattern of "-ERROR". To return log events that contain the ERROR term, specify a filter pattern of "ERROR". To return log events that contain both the ERROR and Exception terms, specify a filter pattern of "ERROR Exception". To return log events that contain the ERROR or the Exception term, specify a filter pattern of "?ERROR ?Exception".
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetContainerLog request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
  • "startTime": The start of the time interval for which to get log data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use a start time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, specify 1538424000 as the start time. You can convert a human-friendly time to Unix time format using a converter like Epoch converter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_container_service_deploymentsMethod
get_container_service_deployments(service_name)
get_container_service_deployments(service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the deployments for your Amazon Lightsail container service A deployment specifies the settings, such as the ports and launch command, of containers that are deployed to your container service. The deployments are ordered by version in ascending order. The newest version is listed at the top of the response. A set number of deployments are kept before the oldest one is replaced with the newest one. For more information, see Amazon Lightsail endpoints and quotas in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

Arguments

  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to return deployments.
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Main.Lightsail.get_container_service_metric_dataMethod
get_container_service_metric_data(end_time, metric_name, period, service_name, start_time, statistics)
get_container_service_metric_data(end_time, metric_name, period, service_name, start_time, statistics, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the data points of a specific metric of your Amazon Lightsail container service. Metrics report the utilization of your resources. Monitor and collect metric data regularly to maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your resources.

Arguments

  • end_time: The end time of the time period.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid container service metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. CPUUtilization - The average percentage of compute units that are currently in use across all nodes of the container service. This metric identifies the processing power required to run containers on each node of the container service. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. MemoryUtilization - The average percentage of available memory that is currently in use across all nodes of the container service. This metric identifies the memory required to run containers on each node of the container service. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, of the returned data points. All container service metric data is available in 5-minute (300 seconds) granularity.
  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to get metric data.
  • start_time: The start time of the time period.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - All values submitted for the matching metric added together. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
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Main.Lightsail.get_container_service_powersMethod
get_container_service_powers()
get_container_service_powers(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the list of powers that can be specified for your Amazon Lightsail container services. The power specifies the amount of memory, the number of vCPUs, and the base price of the container service.

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Main.Lightsail.get_container_servicesMethod
get_container_services()
get_container_services(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about one or more of your Amazon Lightsail container services.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "serviceName": The name of the container service for which to return information. When omitted, the response includes all of your container services in the Amazon Web Services Region where the request is made.
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Main.Lightsail.get_diskMethod
get_disk(disk_name)
get_disk(disk_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific block storage disk.

Arguments

  • disk_name: The name of the disk (e.g., my-disk).
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Main.Lightsail.get_disk_snapshotMethod
get_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name)
get_disk_snapshot(disk_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific block storage disk snapshot.

Arguments

  • disk_snapshot_name: The name of the disk snapshot (e.g., my-disk-snapshot).
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Main.Lightsail.get_disk_snapshotsMethod
get_disk_snapshots()
get_disk_snapshots(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all block storage disk snapshots in your AWS account and region.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetDiskSnapshots request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_disksMethod
get_disks()
get_disks(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all block storage disks in your AWS account and region.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetDisks request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_distribution_bundlesMethod
get_distribution_bundles()
get_distribution_bundles(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the bundles that can be applied to your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distributions. A distribution bundle specifies the monthly network transfer quota and monthly cost of your distribution.

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Main.Lightsail.get_distribution_latest_cache_resetMethod
get_distribution_latest_cache_reset()
get_distribution_latest_cache_reset(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the timestamp and status of the last cache reset of a specific Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "distributionName": The name of the distribution for which to return the timestamp of the last cache reset. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify. When omitted, the response includes the latest cache reset timestamp of all your distributions.
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Main.Lightsail.get_distribution_metric_dataMethod
get_distribution_metric_data(distribution_name, end_time, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit)
get_distribution_metric_data(distribution_name, end_time, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the data points of a specific metric for an Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. Metrics report the utilization of your resources, and the error counts generated by them. Monitor and collect metric data regularly to maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your resources.

Arguments

  • distribution_name: The name of the distribution for which to get metric data. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
  • end_time: The end of the time interval for which to get metric data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use an end time of October 1, 2018, at 9 PM UTC, specify 1538427600 as the end time. You can convert a human-friendly time to Unix time format using a converter like Epoch converter.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid distribution metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. Requests - The total number of viewer requests received by your Lightsail distribution, for all HTTP methods, and for both HTTP and HTTPS requests. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is None. BytesDownloaded - The number of bytes downloaded by viewers for GET, HEAD, and OPTIONS requests. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is None. BytesUploaded - The number of bytes uploaded to your origin by your Lightsail distribution, using POST and PUT requests. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is None. TotalErrorRate - The percentage of all viewer requests for which the response's HTTP status code was 4xx or 5xx. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. 4xxErrorRate - The percentage of all viewer requests for which the response's HTTP status cod was 4xx. In these cases, the client or client viewer may have made an error. For example, a status code of 404 (Not Found) means that the client requested an object that could not be found. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. 5xxErrorRate - The percentage of all viewer requests for which the response's HTTP status code was 5xx. In these cases, the origin server did not satisfy the requests. For example, a status code of 503 (Service Unavailable) means that the origin server is currently unavailable. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, for the metric data points that will be returned.
  • start_time: The start of the time interval for which to get metric data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use a start time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, specify 1538424000 as the start time. You can convert a human-friendly time to Unix time format using a converter like Epoch converter.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - All values submitted for the matching metric added together. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
  • unit: The unit for the metric data request. Valid units depend on the metric data being requested. For the valid units with each available metric, see the metricName parameter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_distributionsMethod
get_distributions()
get_distributions(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about one or more of your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distributions.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "distributionName": The name of the distribution for which to return information. When omitted, the response includes all of your distributions in the Amazon Web Services Region where the request is made.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetDistributions request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_domainMethod
get_domain(domain_name)
get_domain(domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific domain recordset.

Arguments

  • domain_name: The domain name for which your want to return information about.
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Main.Lightsail.get_domainsMethod
get_domains()
get_domains(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of all domains in the user's account.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetDomains request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_export_snapshot_recordsMethod
get_export_snapshot_records()
get_export_snapshot_records(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns all export snapshot records created as a result of the export snapshot operation. An export snapshot record can be used to create a new Amazon EC2 instance and its related resources with the CreateCloudFormationStack action.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetExportSnapshotRecords request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instanceMethod
get_instance(instance_name)
get_instance(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific Amazon Lightsail instance, which is a virtual private server.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_access_detailsMethod
get_instance_access_details(instance_name)
get_instance_access_details(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns temporary SSH keys you can use to connect to a specific virtual private server, or instance. The get instance access details operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance to access.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "protocol": The protocol to use to connect to your instance. Defaults to ssh.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_metric_dataMethod
get_instance_metric_data(end_time, instance_name, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit)
get_instance_metric_data(end_time, instance_name, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the data points for the specified Amazon Lightsail instance metric, given an instance name. Metrics report the utilization of your resources, and the error counts generated by them. Monitor and collect metric data regularly to maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your resources.

Arguments

  • end_time: The end time of the time period.
  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which you want to get metrics data.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid instance metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. BurstCapacityPercentage - The percentage of CPU performance available for your instance to burst above its baseline. Your instance continuously accrues and consumes burst capacity. Burst capacity stops accruing when your instance's BurstCapacityPercentage reaches 100%. For more information, see Viewing instance burst capacity in Amazon Lightsail. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. BurstCapacityTime - The available amount of time for your instance to burst at 100% CPU utilization. Your instance continuously accrues and consumes burst capacity. Burst capacity time stops accruing when your instance's BurstCapacityPercentage metric reaches 100%. Burst capacity time is consumed at the full rate only when your instance operates at 100% CPU utilization. For example, if your instance operates at 50% CPU utilization in the burstable zone for a 5-minute period, then it consumes CPU burst capacity minutes at a 50% rate in that period. Your instance consumed 2 minutes and 30 seconds of CPU burst capacity minutes in the 5-minute period. For more information, see Viewing instance burst capacity in Amazon Lightsail. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Seconds. CPUUtilization - The percentage of allocated compute units that are currently in use on the instance. This metric identifies the processing power to run the applications on the instance. Tools in your operating system can show a lower percentage than Lightsail when the instance is not allocated a full processor core. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. NetworkIn - The number of bytes received on all network interfaces by the instance. This metric identifies the volume of incoming network traffic to the instance. The number reported is the number of bytes received during the period. Because this metric is reported in 5-minute intervals, divide the reported number by 300 to find Bytes/second. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Bytes. NetworkOut - The number of bytes sent out on all network interfaces by the instance. This metric identifies the volume of outgoing network traffic from the instance. The number reported is the number of bytes sent during the period. Because this metric is reported in 5-minute intervals, divide the reported number by 300 to find Bytes/second. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Bytes. StatusCheckFailed
    • Reports whether the instance passed or failed both the instance status check and the
    system status check. This metric can be either 0 (passed) or 1 (failed). This metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. StatusCheckFailedInstance - Reports whether the instance passed or failed the instance status check. This metric can be either 0 (passed) or 1 (failed). This metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. StatusCheckFailedSystem - Reports whether the instance passed or failed the system status check. This metric can be either 0 (passed) or 1 (failed). This metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. MetadataNoToken - Reports the number of times that the instance metadata service was successfully accessed without a token. This metric determines if there are any processes accessing instance metadata by using Instance Metadata Service Version 1, which doesn't use a token. If all requests use token-backed sessions, such as Instance Metadata Service Version 2, then the value is 0. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, of the returned data points. The StatusCheckFailed, StatusCheckFailedInstance, and StatusCheckFailedSystem instance metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity. All other instance metric data is available in 5-minute (300 seconds) granularity.
  • start_time: The start time of the time period.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - All values submitted for the matching metric added together. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
  • unit: The unit for the metric data request. Valid units depend on the metric data being requested. For the valid units to specify with each available metric, see the metricName parameter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_port_statesMethod
get_instance_port_states(instance_name)
get_instance_port_states(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the firewall port states for a specific Amazon Lightsail instance, the IP addresses allowed to connect to the instance through the ports, and the protocol.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which to return firewall port states.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_snapshotMethod
get_instance_snapshot(instance_snapshot_name)
get_instance_snapshot(instance_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific instance snapshot.

Arguments

  • instance_snapshot_name: The name of the snapshot for which you are requesting information.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_snapshotsMethod
get_instance_snapshots()
get_instance_snapshots(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns all instance snapshots for the user's account.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetInstanceSnapshots request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instance_stateMethod
get_instance_state(instance_name)
get_instance_state(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the state of a specific instance. Works on one instance at a time.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance to get state information about.
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Main.Lightsail.get_instancesMethod
get_instances()
get_instances(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all Amazon Lightsail virtual private servers, or instances.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetInstances request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_key_pairMethod
get_key_pair(key_pair_name)
get_key_pair(key_pair_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific key pair.

Arguments

  • key_pair_name: The name of the key pair for which you are requesting information.
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Main.Lightsail.get_key_pairsMethod
get_key_pairs()
get_key_pairs(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all key pairs in the user's account.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeDefaultKeyPair": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include the default key pair in the response of your request.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetKeyPairs request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_load_balancerMethod
get_load_balancer(load_balancer_name)
get_load_balancer(load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about the specified Lightsail load balancer.

Arguments

  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer.
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Main.Lightsail.get_load_balancer_metric_dataMethod
get_load_balancer_metric_data(end_time, load_balancer_name, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit)
get_load_balancer_metric_data(end_time, load_balancer_name, metric_name, period, start_time, statistics, unit, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about health metrics for your Lightsail load balancer. Metrics report the utilization of your resources, and the error counts generated by them. Monitor and collect metric data regularly to maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your resources.

Arguments

  • end_time: The end time of the period.
  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid load balancer metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. ClientTLSNegotiationErrorCount - The number of TLS connections initiated by the client that did not establish a session with the load balancer due to a TLS error generated by the load balancer. Possible causes include a mismatch of ciphers or protocols. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. HealthyHostCount - The number of target instances that are considered healthy. Statistics: The most useful statistic are Average, Minimum, and Maximum. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeInstance2XXCount - The number of HTTP 2XX response codes generated by the target instances. This does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeInstance3XXCount - The number of HTTP 3XX response codes generated by the target instances. This does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeInstance4XX_Count
    • The number of HTTP 4XX response codes generated by the target instances. This does not
    include any response codes generated by the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeInstance5XXCount - The number of HTTP 5XX response codes generated by the target instances. This does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeLB4XXCount - The number of HTTP 4XX client error codes that originated from the load balancer. Client errors are generated when requests are malformed or incomplete. These requests were not received by the target instance. This count does not include response codes generated by the target instances. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. HTTPCodeLB5XX_Count - The number of HTTP 5XX server error codes that originated from the load balancer. This does not include any response codes generated by the target instance. This metric is reported if there are no healthy instances attached to the load balancer, or if the request rate exceeds the capacity of the instances (spillover) or the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. InstanceResponseTime - The time elapsed, in seconds, after the request leaves the load balancer until a response from the target instance is received. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Seconds. RejectedConnectionCount - The number of connections that were rejected because the load balancer had reached its maximum number of connections. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. RequestCount - The number of requests processed over IPv4. This count includes only the requests with a response generated by a target instance of the load balancer. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Note that Minimum, Maximum, and Average all return 1. Unit: The published unit is Count. UnhealthyHostCount - The number of target instances that are considered unhealthy. Statistics: The most useful statistic are Average, Minimum, and Maximum. Unit: The published unit is Count.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, of the returned data points.
  • start_time: The start time of the period.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - All values submitted for the matching metric added together. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
  • unit: The unit for the metric data request. Valid units depend on the metric data being requested. For the valid units with each available metric, see the metricName parameter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_load_balancer_tls_certificatesMethod
get_load_balancer_tls_certificates(load_balancer_name)
get_load_balancer_tls_certificates(load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about the TLS certificates that are associated with the specified Lightsail load balancer. TLS is just an updated, more secure version of Secure Socket Layer (SSL). You can have a maximum of 2 certificates associated with a Lightsail load balancer. One is active and the other is inactive.

Arguments

  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer you associated with your SSL/TLS certificate.
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Main.Lightsail.get_load_balancer_tls_policiesMethod
get_load_balancer_tls_policies()
get_load_balancer_tls_policies(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of TLS security policies that you can apply to Lightsail load balancers. For more information about load balancer TLS security policies, see Configuring TLS security policies on your Amazon Lightsail load balancers in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetLoadBalancerTlsPolicies request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_load_balancersMethod
get_load_balancers()
get_load_balancers(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all load balancers in an account.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetLoadBalancers request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_operationMethod
get_operation(operation_id)
get_operation(operation_id, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific operation. Operations include events such as when you create an instance, allocate a static IP, attach a static IP, and so on.

Arguments

  • operation_id: A GUID used to identify the operation.
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Main.Lightsail.get_operationsMethod
get_operations()
get_operations(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all operations. Results are returned from oldest to newest, up to a maximum of 200. Results can be paged by making each subsequent call to GetOperations use the maximum (last) statusChangedAt value from the previous request.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetOperations request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_operations_for_resourceMethod
get_operations_for_resource(resource_name)
get_operations_for_resource(resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Gets operations for a specific resource (e.g., an instance or a static IP).

Arguments

  • resource_name: The name of the resource for which you are requesting information.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetOperationsForResource request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_regionsMethod
get_regions()
get_regions(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of all valid regions for Amazon Lightsail. Use the include availability zones parameter to also return the Availability Zones in a region.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeAvailabilityZones": A Boolean value indicating whether to also include Availability Zones in your get regions request. Availability Zones are indicated with a letter: e.g., us-east-2a.
  • "includeRelationalDatabaseAvailabilityZones": A Boolean value indicating whether to also include Availability Zones for databases in your get regions request. Availability Zones are indicated with a letter (e.g., us-east-2a).
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_databaseMethod
get_relational_database(relational_database_name)
get_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific database in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of the database that you are looking up.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_blueprintsMethod
get_relational_database_blueprints()
get_relational_database_blueprints(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of available database blueprints in Amazon Lightsail. A blueprint describes the major engine version of a database. You can use a blueprint ID to create a new database that runs a specific database engine.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseBlueprints request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_bundlesMethod
get_relational_database_bundles()
get_relational_database_bundles(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the list of bundles that are available in Amazon Lightsail. A bundle describes the performance specifications for a database. You can use a bundle ID to create a new database with explicit performance specifications.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "includeInactive": A Boolean value that indicates whether to include inactive (unavailable) bundles in the response of your request.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseBundles request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_eventsMethod
get_relational_database_events(relational_database_name)
get_relational_database_events(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of events for a specific database in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of the database from which to get events.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "durationInMinutes": The number of minutes in the past from which to retrieve events. For example, to get all events from the past 2 hours, enter 120. Default: 60 The minimum is 1 and the maximum is 14 days (20160 minutes).
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseEvents request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_log_eventsMethod
get_relational_database_log_events(log_stream_name, relational_database_name)
get_relational_database_log_events(log_stream_name, relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of log events for a database in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • log_stream_name: The name of the log stream. Use the get relational database log streams operation to get a list of available log streams.
  • relational_database_name: The name of your database for which to get log events.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "endTime": The end of the time interval from which to get log events. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use an end time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, then you input 1538424000 as the end time.
  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next or previous page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseLogEvents request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next forward token and/or next backward token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
  • "startFromHead": Parameter to specify if the log should start from head or tail. If true is specified, the log event starts from the head of the log. If false is specified, the log event starts from the tail of the log. For PostgreSQL, the default value of false is the only option available.
  • "startTime": The start of the time interval from which to get log events. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use a start time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, then you input 1538424000 as the start time.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_log_streamsMethod
get_relational_database_log_streams(relational_database_name)
get_relational_database_log_streams(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a list of available log streams for a specific database in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database for which to get log streams.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_master_user_passwordMethod
get_relational_database_master_user_password(relational_database_name)
get_relational_database_master_user_password(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the current, previous, or pending versions of the master user password for a Lightsail database. The GetRelationalDatabaseMasterUserPassword operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database for which to get the master user password.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "passwordVersion": The password version to return. Specifying CURRENT or PREVIOUS returns the current or previous passwords respectively. Specifying PENDING returns the newest version of the password that will rotate to CURRENT. After the PENDING password rotates to CURRENT, the PENDING password is no longer available. Default: CURRENT
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_metric_dataMethod
get_relational_database_metric_data(end_time, metric_name, period, relational_database_name, start_time, statistics, unit)
get_relational_database_metric_data(end_time, metric_name, period, relational_database_name, start_time, statistics, unit, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns the data points of the specified metric for a database in Amazon Lightsail. Metrics report the utilization of your resources, and the error counts generated by them. Monitor and collect metric data regularly to maintain the reliability, availability, and performance of your resources.

Arguments

  • end_time: The end of the time interval from which to get metric data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use an end time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, then you input 1538424000 as the end time.
  • metric_name: The metric for which you want to return information. Valid relational database metric names are listed below, along with the most useful statistics to include in your request, and the published unit value. All relational database metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity. CPUUtilization - The percentage of CPU utilization currently in use on the database. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Average. Unit: The published unit is Percent. DatabaseConnections - The number of database connections in use. Statistics: The most useful statistics are Maximum and Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. DiskQueueDepth - The number of outstanding IOs (read/write requests) that are waiting to access the disk. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Count. FreeStorageSpace - The amount of available storage space. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Sum. Unit: The published unit is Bytes. NetworkReceiveThroughput - The incoming (Receive) network traffic on the database, including both customer database traffic and AWS traffic used for monitoring and replication. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Bytes/Second. NetworkTransmitThroughput - The outgoing (Transmit) network traffic on the database, including both customer database traffic and AWS traffic used for monitoring and replication. Statistics: The most useful statistic is Average. Unit: The published unit is Bytes/Second.
  • period: The granularity, in seconds, of the returned data points. All relational database metric data is available in 1-minute (60 seconds) granularity.
  • relational_database_name: The name of your database from which to get metric data.
  • start_time: The start of the time interval from which to get metric data. Constraints: Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Specified in the Unix time format. For example, if you wish to use a start time of October 1, 2018, at 8 PM UTC, then you input 1538424000 as the start time.
  • statistics: The statistic for the metric. The following statistics are available: Minimum - The lowest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine low volumes of activity for your application. Maximum - The highest value observed during the specified period. Use this value to determine high volumes of activity for your application. Sum - All values submitted for the matching metric added together. You can use this statistic to determine the total volume of a metric. Average - The value of Sum / SampleCount during the specified period. By comparing this statistic with the Minimum and Maximum values, you can determine the full scope of a metric and how close the average use is to the Minimum and Maximum values. This comparison helps you to know when to increase or decrease your resources. SampleCount - The count, or number, of data points used for the statistical calculation.
  • unit: The unit for the metric data request. Valid units depend on the metric data being requested. For the valid units with each available metric, see the metricName parameter.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_parametersMethod
get_relational_database_parameters(relational_database_name)
get_relational_database_parameters(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns all of the runtime parameters offered by the underlying database software, or engine, for a specific database in Amazon Lightsail. In addition to the parameter names and values, this operation returns other information about each parameter. This information includes whether changes require a reboot, whether the parameter is modifiable, the allowed values, and the data types.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database for which to get parameters.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseParameters request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_snapshotMethod
get_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_snapshot_name)
get_relational_database_snapshot(relational_database_snapshot_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about a specific database snapshot in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • relational_database_snapshot_name: The name of the database snapshot for which to get information.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_database_snapshotsMethod
get_relational_database_snapshots()
get_relational_database_snapshots(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all of your database snapshots in Amazon Lightsail.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabaseSnapshots request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_relational_databasesMethod
get_relational_databases()
get_relational_databases(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all of your databases in Amazon Lightsail.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetRelationalDatabases request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.get_static_ipMethod
get_static_ip(static_ip_name)
get_static_ip(static_ip_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about an Amazon Lightsail static IP.

Arguments

  • static_ip_name: The name of the static IP in Lightsail.
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Main.Lightsail.get_static_ipsMethod
get_static_ips()
get_static_ips(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns information about all static IPs in the user's account.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "pageToken": The token to advance to the next page of results from your request. To get a page token, perform an initial GetStaticIps request. If your results are paginated, the response will return a next page token that you can specify as the page token in a subsequent request.
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Main.Lightsail.import_key_pairMethod
import_key_pair(key_pair_name, public_key_base64)
import_key_pair(key_pair_name, public_key_base64, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Imports a public SSH key from a specific key pair.

Arguments

  • key_pair_name: The name of the key pair for which you want to import the public key.
  • public_key_base64: A base64-encoded public key of the ssh-rsa type.
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Main.Lightsail.is_vpc_peeredMethod
is_vpc_peered()
is_vpc_peered(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Returns a Boolean value indicating whether your Lightsail VPC is peered.

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Main.Lightsail.open_instance_public_portsMethod
open_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_info)
open_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_info, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Opens ports for a specific Amazon Lightsail instance, and specifies the IP addresses allowed to connect to the instance through the ports, and the protocol. The OpenInstancePublicPorts action supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instanceName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which to open ports.
  • port_info: An object to describe the ports to open for the specified instance.
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Main.Lightsail.put_alarmMethod
put_alarm(alarm_name, comparison_operator, evaluation_periods, metric_name, monitored_resource_name, threshold)
put_alarm(alarm_name, comparison_operator, evaluation_periods, metric_name, monitored_resource_name, threshold, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Creates or updates an alarm, and associates it with the specified metric. An alarm is used to monitor a single metric for one of your resources. When a metric condition is met, the alarm can notify you by email, SMS text message, and a banner displayed on the Amazon Lightsail console. For more information, see Alarms in Amazon Lightsail. When this action creates an alarm, the alarm state is immediately set to INSUFFICIENT_DATA. The alarm is then evaluated and its state is set appropriately. Any actions associated with the new state are then executed. When you update an existing alarm, its state is left unchanged, but the update completely overwrites the previous configuration of the alarm. The alarm is then evaluated with the updated configuration.

Arguments

  • alarm_name: The name for the alarm. Specify the name of an existing alarm to update, and overwrite the previous configuration of the alarm.
  • comparison_operator: The arithmetic operation to use when comparing the specified statistic to the threshold. The specified statistic value is used as the first operand.
  • evaluation_periods: The number of most recent periods over which data is compared to the specified threshold. If you are setting an "M out of N" alarm, this value (evaluationPeriods) is the N. If you are setting an alarm that requires that a number of consecutive data points be breaching to trigger the alarm, this value specifies the rolling period of time in which data points are evaluated. Each evaluation period is five minutes long. For example, specify an evaluation period of 24 to evaluate a metric over a rolling period of two hours. You can specify a minimum valuation period of 1 (5 minutes), and a maximum evaluation period of 288 (24 hours).
  • metric_name: The name of the metric to associate with the alarm. You can configure up to two alarms per metric. The following metrics are available for each resource type: Instances: BurstCapacityPercentage, BurstCapacityTime, CPUUtilization, NetworkIn, NetworkOut, StatusCheckFailed, StatusCheckFailedInstance, and StatusCheckFailedSystem. Load balancers: ClientTLSNegotiationErrorCount, HealthyHostCount, UnhealthyHostCount, HTTPCodeLB4XXCount, HTTPCodeLB5XXCount, HTTPCodeInstance2XXCount, HTTPCodeInstance3XXCount, HTTPCodeInstance4XXCount, HTTPCodeInstance5XXCount, InstanceResponseTime, RejectedConnectionCount, and RequestCount. Relational databases: CPUUtilization, DatabaseConnections, DiskQueueDepth, FreeStorageSpace, NetworkReceiveThroughput, and NetworkTransmitThroughput. For more information about these metrics, see Metrics available in Lightsail.
  • monitored_resource_name: The name of the Lightsail resource that will be monitored. Instances, load balancers, and relational databases are the only Lightsail resources that can currently be monitored by alarms.
  • threshold: The value against which the specified statistic is compared.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "contactProtocols": The contact protocols to use for the alarm, such as Email, SMS (text messaging), or both. A notification is sent via the specified contact protocol if notifications are enabled for the alarm, and when the alarm is triggered. A notification is not sent if a contact protocol is not specified, if the specified contact protocol is not configured in the Amazon Web Services Region, or if notifications are not enabled for the alarm using the notificationEnabled paramater. Use the CreateContactMethod action to configure a contact protocol in an Amazon Web Services Region.
  • "datapointsToAlarm": The number of data points that must be not within the specified threshold to trigger the alarm. If you are setting an "M out of N" alarm, this value (datapointsToAlarm) is the M.
  • "notificationEnabled": Indicates whether the alarm is enabled. Notifications are enabled by default if you don't specify this parameter.
  • "notificationTriggers": The alarm states that trigger a notification. An alarm has the following possible states: ALARM - The metric is outside of the defined threshold. INSUFFICIENTDATA - The alarm has just started, the metric is not available, or not enough data is available for the metric to determine the alarm state. OK - The metric is within the defined threshold. When you specify a notification trigger, the ALARM state must be specified. The INSUFFICIENTDATA and OK states can be specified in addition to the ALARM state. If you specify OK as an alarm trigger, a notification is sent when the alarm switches from an ALARM or INSUFFICIENTDATA alarm state to an OK state. This can be thought of as an all clear alarm notification. If you specify INSUFFICIENTDATA as the alarm trigger, a notification is sent when the alarm switches from an OK or ALARM alarm state to an INSUFFICIENT_DATA state. The notification trigger defaults to ALARM if you don't specify this parameter.
  • "treatMissingData": Sets how this alarm will handle missing data points. An alarm can treat missing data in the following ways: breaching - Assume the missing data is not within the threshold. Missing data counts towards the number of times the metric is not within the threshold. notBreaching - Assume the missing data is within the threshold. Missing data does not count towards the number of times the metric is not within the threshold. ignore - Ignore the missing data. Maintains the current alarm state. missing - Missing data is treated as missing. If treatMissingData is not specified, the default behavior of missing is used.
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Main.Lightsail.put_instance_public_portsMethod
put_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_infos)
put_instance_public_ports(instance_name, port_infos, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Opens ports for a specific Amazon Lightsail instance, and specifies the IP addresses allowed to connect to the instance through the ports, and the protocol. This action also closes all currently open ports that are not included in the request. Include all of the ports and the protocols you want to open in your PutInstancePublicPortsrequest. Or use the OpenInstancePublicPorts action to open ports without closing currently open ports. The PutInstancePublicPorts action supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instanceName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which to open ports.
  • port_infos: An array of objects to describe the ports to open for the specified instance.
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Main.Lightsail.reboot_instanceMethod
reboot_instance(instance_name)
reboot_instance(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Restarts a specific instance. The reboot instance operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance to reboot.
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Main.Lightsail.reboot_relational_databaseMethod
reboot_relational_database(relational_database_name)
reboot_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Restarts a specific database in Amazon Lightsail. The reboot relational database operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database to reboot.
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Main.Lightsail.register_container_imageMethod
register_container_image(digest, label, service_name)
register_container_image(digest, label, service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Registers a container image to your Amazon Lightsail container service. This action is not required if you install and use the Lightsail Control (lightsailctl) plugin to push container images to your Lightsail container service. For more information, see Pushing and managing container images on your Amazon Lightsail container services in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • digest: The digest of the container image to be registered.
  • label: The label for the container image when it's registered to the container service. Use a descriptive label that you can use to track the different versions of your registered container images. Use the GetContainerImages action to return the container images registered to a Lightsail container service. The label is the &lt;imagelabel&gt; portion of the following image name example: :container-service-1.&lt;imagelabel&gt;.1 If the name of your container service is mycontainerservice, and the label that you specify is mystaticwebsite, then the name of the registered container image will be :mycontainerservice.mystaticwebsite.1. The number at the end of these image name examples represents the version of the registered container image. If you push and register another container image to the same Lightsail container service, with the same label, then the version number for the new registered container image will be 2. If you push and register another container image, the version number will be 3, and so on.
  • service_name: The name of the container service for which to register a container image.
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Main.Lightsail.release_static_ipMethod
release_static_ip(static_ip_name)
release_static_ip(static_ip_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes a specific static IP from your account.

Arguments

  • static_ip_name: The name of the static IP to delete.
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Main.Lightsail.reset_distribution_cacheMethod
reset_distribution_cache()
reset_distribution_cache(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes currently cached content from your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. After resetting the cache, the next time a content request is made, your distribution pulls, serves, and caches it from the origin.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "distributionName": The name of the distribution for which to reset cache. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.send_contact_method_verificationMethod
send_contact_method_verification(protocol)
send_contact_method_verification(protocol, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Sends a verification request to an email contact method to ensure it's owned by the requester. SMS contact methods don't need to be verified. A contact method is used to send you notifications about your Amazon Lightsail resources. You can add one email address and one mobile phone number contact method in each Amazon Web Services Region. However, SMS text messaging is not supported in some Amazon Web Services Regions, and SMS text messages cannot be sent to some countries/regions. For more information, see Notifications in Amazon Lightsail. A verification request is sent to the contact method when you initially create it. Use this action to send another verification request if a previous verification request was deleted, or has expired. Notifications are not sent to an email contact method until after it is verified, and confirmed as valid.

Arguments

  • protocol: The protocol to verify, such as Email or SMS (text messaging).
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Main.Lightsail.set_ip_address_typeMethod
set_ip_address_type(ip_address_type, resource_name, resource_type)
set_ip_address_type(ip_address_type, resource_name, resource_type, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Sets the IP address type for an Amazon Lightsail resource. Use this action to enable dual-stack for a resource, which enables IPv4 and IPv6 for the specified resource. Alternately, you can use this action to disable dual-stack, and enable IPv4 only.

Arguments

  • ip_address_type: The IP address type to set for the specified resource. The possible values are ipv4 for IPv4 only, and dualstack for IPv4 and IPv6.
  • resource_name: The name of the resource for which to set the IP address type.
  • resource_type: The resource type. The possible values are Distribution, Instance, and LoadBalancer. Distribution-related APIs are available only in the N. Virginia (us-east-1) Amazon Web Services Region. Set your Amazon Web Services Region configuration to us-east-1 to create, view, or edit distributions.
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Main.Lightsail.set_resource_access_for_bucketMethod
set_resource_access_for_bucket(access, bucket_name, resource_name)
set_resource_access_for_bucket(access, bucket_name, resource_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Sets the Amazon Lightsail resources that can access the specified Lightsail bucket. Lightsail buckets currently support setting access for Lightsail instances in the same Amazon Web Services Region.

Arguments

  • access: The access setting. The following access settings are available: allow - Allows access to the bucket and its objects. deny - Denies access to the bucket and its objects. Use this setting to remove access for a resource previously set to allow.
  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket for which to set access to another Lightsail resource.
  • resource_name: The name of the Lightsail instance for which to set bucket access. The instance must be in a running or stopped state.
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Main.Lightsail.start_instanceMethod
start_instance(instance_name)
start_instance(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Starts a specific Amazon Lightsail instance from a stopped state. To restart an instance, use the reboot instance operation. When you start a stopped instance, Lightsail assigns a new public IP address to the instance. To use the same IP address after stopping and starting an instance, create a static IP address and attach it to the instance. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide. The start instance operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance (a virtual private server) to start.
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Main.Lightsail.start_relational_databaseMethod
start_relational_database(relational_database_name)
start_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Starts a specific database from a stopped state in Amazon Lightsail. To restart a database, use the reboot relational database operation. The start relational database operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database to start.
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Main.Lightsail.stop_instanceMethod
stop_instance(instance_name)
stop_instance(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Stops a specific Amazon Lightsail instance that is currently running. When you start a stopped instance, Lightsail assigns a new public IP address to the instance. To use the same IP address after stopping and starting an instance, create a static IP address and attach it to the instance. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide. The stop instance operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by instance name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance (a virtual private server) to stop.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "force": When set to True, forces a Lightsail instance that is stuck in a stopping state to stop. Only use the force parameter if your instance is stuck in the stopping state. In any other state, your instance should stop normally without adding this parameter to your API request.
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Main.Lightsail.stop_relational_databaseMethod
stop_relational_database(relational_database_name)
stop_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Stops a specific database that is currently running in Amazon Lightsail. The stop relational database operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your database to stop.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "relationalDatabaseSnapshotName": The name of your new database snapshot to be created before stopping your database.
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Main.Lightsail.tag_resourceMethod
tag_resource(resource_name, tags)
tag_resource(resource_name, tags, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Adds one or more tags to the specified Amazon Lightsail resource. Each resource can have a maximum of 50 tags. Each tag consists of a key and an optional value. Tag keys must be unique per resource. For more information about tags, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide. The tag resource operation supports tag-based access control via request tags and resource tags applied to the resource identified by resource name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • resource_name: The name of the resource to which you are adding tags.
  • tags: The tag key and optional value.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "resourceArn": The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the resource to which you want to add a tag.
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Main.Lightsail.test_alarmMethod
test_alarm(alarm_name, state)
test_alarm(alarm_name, state, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Tests an alarm by displaying a banner on the Amazon Lightsail console. If a notification trigger is configured for the specified alarm, the test also sends a notification to the notification protocol (Email and/or SMS) configured for the alarm. An alarm is used to monitor a single metric for one of your resources. When a metric condition is met, the alarm can notify you by email, SMS text message, and a banner displayed on the Amazon Lightsail console. For more information, see Alarms in Amazon Lightsail.

Arguments

  • alarm_name: The name of the alarm to test.
  • state: The alarm state to test. An alarm has the following possible states that can be tested: ALARM - The metric is outside of the defined threshold. INSUFFICIENT_DATA - The alarm has just started, the metric is not available, or not enough data is available for the metric to determine the alarm state. OK - The metric is within the defined threshold.
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Main.Lightsail.untag_resourceMethod
untag_resource(resource_name, tag_keys)
untag_resource(resource_name, tag_keys, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Deletes the specified set of tag keys and their values from the specified Amazon Lightsail resource. The untag resource operation supports tag-based access control via request tags and resource tags applied to the resource identified by resource name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • resource_name: The name of the resource from which you are removing a tag.
  • tag_keys: The tag keys to delete from the specified resource.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "resourceArn": The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the resource from which you want to remove a tag.
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Main.Lightsail.update_bucketMethod
update_bucket(bucket_name)
update_bucket(bucket_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates an existing Amazon Lightsail bucket. Use this action to update the configuration of an existing bucket, such as versioning, public accessibility, and the Amazon Web Services accounts that can access the bucket.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket to update.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "accessLogConfig": An object that describes the access log configuration for the bucket.
  • "accessRules": An object that sets the public accessibility of objects in the specified bucket.
  • "readonlyAccessAccounts": An array of strings to specify the Amazon Web Services account IDs that can access the bucket. You can give a maximum of 10 Amazon Web Services accounts access to a bucket.
  • "versioning": Specifies whether to enable or suspend versioning of objects in the bucket. The following options can be specified: Enabled - Enables versioning of objects in the specified bucket. Suspended - Suspends versioning of objects in the specified bucket. Existing object versions are retained.
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Main.Lightsail.update_bucket_bundleMethod
update_bucket_bundle(bucket_name, bundle_id)
update_bucket_bundle(bucket_name, bundle_id, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates the bundle, or storage plan, of an existing Amazon Lightsail bucket. A bucket bundle specifies the monthly cost, storage space, and data transfer quota for a bucket. You can update a bucket's bundle only one time within a monthly Amazon Web Services billing cycle. To determine if you can update a bucket's bundle, use the GetBuckets action. The ableToUpdateBundle parameter in the response will indicate whether you can currently update a bucket's bundle. Update a bucket's bundle if it's consistently going over its storage space or data transfer quota, or if a bucket's usage is consistently in the lower range of its storage space or data transfer quota. Due to the unpredictable usage fluctuations that a bucket might experience, we strongly recommend that you update a bucket's bundle only as a long-term strategy, instead of as a short-term, monthly cost-cutting measure. Choose a bucket bundle that will provide the bucket with ample storage space and data transfer for a long time to come.

Arguments

  • bucket_name: The name of the bucket for which to update the bundle.
  • bundle_id: The ID of the new bundle to apply to the bucket. Use the GetBucketBundles action to get a list of bundle IDs that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.update_container_serviceMethod
update_container_service(service_name)
update_container_service(service_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates the configuration of your Amazon Lightsail container service, such as its power, scale, and public domain names.

Arguments

  • service_name: The name of the container service to update.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "isDisabled": A Boolean value to indicate whether the container service is disabled.
  • "power": The power for the container service. The power specifies the amount of memory, vCPUs, and base monthly cost of each node of the container service. The power and scale of a container service makes up its configured capacity. To determine the monthly price of your container service, multiply the base price of the power with the scale (the number of nodes) of the service. Use the GetContainerServicePowers action to view the specifications of each power option.
  • "privateRegistryAccess": An object to describe the configuration for the container service to access private container image repositories, such as Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) private repositories. For more information, see Configuring access to an Amazon ECR private repository for an Amazon Lightsail container service in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.
  • "publicDomainNames": The public domain names to use with the container service, such as example.com and www.example.com. You can specify up to four public domain names for a container service. The domain names that you specify are used when you create a deployment with a container configured as the public endpoint of your container service. If you don't specify public domain names, then you can use the default domain of the container service. You must create and validate an SSL/TLS certificate before you can use public domain names with your container service. Use the CreateCertificate action to create a certificate for the public domain names you want to use with your container service. You can specify public domain names using a string to array map as shown in the example later on this page.
  • "scale": The scale for the container service. The scale specifies the allocated compute nodes of the container service. The power and scale of a container service makes up its configured capacity. To determine the monthly price of your container service, multiply the base price of the power with the scale (the number of nodes) of the service.
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Main.Lightsail.update_distributionMethod
update_distribution(distribution_name)
update_distribution(distribution_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates an existing Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. Use this action to update the configuration of your existing distribution.

Arguments

  • distribution_name: The name of the distribution to update. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "cacheBehaviorSettings": An object that describes the cache behavior settings for the distribution. The cacheBehaviorSettings specified in your UpdateDistributionRequest will replace your distribution's existing settings.
  • "cacheBehaviors": An array of objects that describe the per-path cache behavior for the distribution.
  • "defaultCacheBehavior": An object that describes the default cache behavior for the distribution.
  • "isEnabled": Indicates whether to enable the distribution.
  • "origin": An object that describes the origin resource for the distribution, such as a Lightsail instance, bucket, or load balancer. The distribution pulls, caches, and serves content from the origin.
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Main.Lightsail.update_distribution_bundleMethod
update_distribution_bundle()
update_distribution_bundle(params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates the bundle of your Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distribution. A distribution bundle specifies the monthly network transfer quota and monthly cost of your distribution. Update your distribution's bundle if your distribution is going over its monthly network transfer quota and is incurring an overage fee. You can update your distribution's bundle only one time within your monthly Amazon Web Services billing cycle. To determine if you can update your distribution's bundle, use the GetDistributions action. The ableToUpdateBundle parameter in the result will indicate whether you can currently update your distribution's bundle.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "bundleId": The bundle ID of the new bundle to apply to your distribution. Use the GetDistributionBundles action to get a list of distribution bundle IDs that you can specify.
  • "distributionName": The name of the distribution for which to update the bundle. Use the GetDistributions action to get a list of distribution names that you can specify.
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Main.Lightsail.update_domain_entryMethod
update_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name)
update_domain_entry(domain_entry, domain_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates a domain recordset after it is created. The update domain entry operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by domain name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • domain_entry: An array of key-value pairs containing information about the domain entry.
  • domain_name: The name of the domain recordset to update.
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Main.Lightsail.update_instance_metadata_optionsMethod
update_instance_metadata_options(instance_name)
update_instance_metadata_options(instance_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Modifies the Amazon Lightsail instance metadata parameters on a running or stopped instance. When you modify the parameters on a running instance, the GetInstance or GetInstances API operation initially responds with a state of pending. After the parameter modifications are successfully applied, the state changes to applied in subsequent GetInstance or GetInstances API calls. For more information, see Use IMDSv2 with an Amazon Lightsail instance in the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • instance_name: The name of the instance for which to update metadata parameters.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "httpEndpoint": Enables or disables the HTTP metadata endpoint on your instances. If this parameter is not specified, the existing state is maintained. If you specify a value of disabled, you cannot access your instance metadata.
  • "httpProtocolIpv6": Enables or disables the IPv6 endpoint for the instance metadata service. This setting applies only when the HTTP metadata endpoint is enabled. This parameter is available only for instances in the Europe (Stockholm) Amazon Web Services Region (eu-north-1).
  • "httpPutResponseHopLimit": The desired HTTP PUT response hop limit for instance metadata requests. A larger number means that the instance metadata requests can travel farther. If no parameter is specified, the existing state is maintained.
  • "httpTokens": The state of token usage for your instance metadata requests. If the parameter is not specified in the request, the default state is optional. If the state is optional, you can choose whether to retrieve instance metadata with a signed token header on your request. If you retrieve the IAM role credentials without a token, the version 1.0 role credentials are returned. If you retrieve the IAM role credentials by using a valid signed token, the version 2.0 role credentials are returned. If the state is required, you must send a signed token header with all instance metadata retrieval requests. In this state, retrieving the IAM role credential always returns the version 2.0 credentials. The version 1.0 credentials are not available.
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Main.Lightsail.update_load_balancer_attributeMethod
update_load_balancer_attribute(attribute_name, attribute_value, load_balancer_name)
update_load_balancer_attribute(attribute_name, attribute_value, load_balancer_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Updates the specified attribute for a load balancer. You can only update one attribute at a time. The update load balancer attribute operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by load balancer name. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • attribute_name: The name of the attribute you want to update.
  • attribute_value: The value that you want to specify for the attribute name. The following values are supported depending on what you specify for the attributeName request parameter: If you specify HealthCheckPath for the attributeName request parameter, then the attributeValue request parameter must be the path to ping on the target (for example, /weather/us/wa/seattle). If you specify SessionStickinessEnabled for the attributeName request parameter, then the attributeValue request parameter must be true to activate session stickiness or false to deactivate session stickiness. If you specify SessionStickinessLBCookieDurationSeconds for the attributeName request parameter, then the attributeValue request parameter must be an interger that represents the cookie duration in seconds. If you specify HttpsRedirectionEnabled for the attributeName request parameter, then the attributeValue request parameter must be true to activate HTTP to HTTPS redirection or false to deactivate HTTP to HTTPS redirection. If you specify TlsPolicyName for the attributeName request parameter, then the attributeValue request parameter must be the name of the TLS policy. Use the GetLoadBalancerTlsPolicies action to get a list of TLS policy names that you can specify.
  • load_balancer_name: The name of the load balancer that you want to modify (e.g., my-load-balancer.
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Main.Lightsail.update_relational_databaseMethod
update_relational_database(relational_database_name)
update_relational_database(relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Allows the update of one or more attributes of a database in Amazon Lightsail. Updates are applied immediately, or in cases where the updates could result in an outage, are applied during the database's predefined maintenance window. The update relational database operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • relational_database_name: The name of your Lightsail database resource to update.

Optional Parameters

Optional parameters can be passed as a params::Dict{String,<:Any}. Valid keys are:

  • "applyImmediately": When true, applies changes immediately. When false, applies changes during the preferred maintenance window. Some changes may cause an outage. Default: false
  • "caCertificateIdentifier": Indicates the certificate that needs to be associated with the database.
  • "disableBackupRetention": When true, disables automated backup retention for your database. Disabling backup retention deletes all automated database backups. Before disabling this, you may want to create a snapshot of your database using the create relational database snapshot operation. Updates are applied during the next maintenance window because this can result in an outage.
  • "enableBackupRetention": When true, enables automated backup retention for your database. Updates are applied during the next maintenance window because this can result in an outage.
  • "masterUserPassword": The password for the master user. The password can include any printable ASCII character except "/", """, or "@". MySQL Constraints: Must contain from 8 to 41 characters. PostgreSQL Constraints: Must contain from 8 to 128 characters.
  • "preferredBackupWindow": The daily time range during which automated backups are created for your database if automated backups are enabled. Constraints: Must be in the hh24:mi-hh24:mi format. Example: 16:00-16:30 Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Must not conflict with the preferred maintenance window. Must be at least 30 minutes.
  • "preferredMaintenanceWindow": The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur on your database. The default is a 30-minute window selected at random from an 8-hour block of time for each Amazon Web Services Region, occurring on a random day of the week. Constraints: Must be in the ddd:hh24:mi-ddd:hh24:mi format. Valid days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun. Must be at least 30 minutes. Specified in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Example: Tue:17:00-Tue:17:30
  • "publiclyAccessible": Specifies the accessibility options for your database. A value of true specifies a database that is available to resources outside of your Lightsail account. A value of false specifies a database that is available only to your Lightsail resources in the same region as your database.
  • "rotateMasterUserPassword": When true, the master user password is changed to a new strong password generated by Lightsail. Use the get relational database master user password operation to get the new password.
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Main.Lightsail.update_relational_database_parametersMethod
update_relational_database_parameters(parameters, relational_database_name)
update_relational_database_parameters(parameters, relational_database_name, params::Dict{String,<:Any})

Allows the update of one or more parameters of a database in Amazon Lightsail. Parameter updates don't cause outages; therefore, their application is not subject to the preferred maintenance window. However, there are two ways in which parameter updates are applied: dynamic or pending-reboot. Parameters marked with a dynamic apply type are applied immediately. Parameters marked with a pending-reboot apply type are applied only after the database is rebooted using the reboot relational database operation. The update relational database parameters operation supports tag-based access control via resource tags applied to the resource identified by relationalDatabaseName. For more information, see the Amazon Lightsail Developer Guide.

Arguments

  • parameters: The database parameters to update.
  • relational_database_name: The name of your database for which to update parameters.
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