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alandipert01:12:28

anyone heard anything about lambda off sqs?

lowl4tency07:12:06

as far as I know, lambda can't into sqs

lowl4tency07:12:19

You can configure SQS+SNS

lowl4tency07:12:24

and use lambda on sns

cfleming21:12:29

Hi Lambda people, I’ve written a function which is driven by the API gateway. What I’m seeing is that the lambda function is being invoked twice even though I can’t see evidence of two requests in the API gateway logs.

cfleming21:12:36

Is this expected? Any ideas?

cfleming21:12:03

(slightly OT since this is written in Java, but hey)

alandipert21:12:35

you are seeing the 2 invocations in cloudwatch for lambda?

cfleming21:12:04

But not in the API gateway AFAICT, but I’m finding it difficult to search in CW

cfleming21:12:17

I can’t seem to easily search by request ID, for example

alandipert21:12:19

cloudwatch is the worst thing about lambda 😦

cfleming21:12:49

The alerting for errors is kind of wacky.

alandipert21:12:05

i would encourage you to ask support, that's quite odd

cfleming21:12:06

I haven’t seen anything saying that lambda functions need to be idempotent

alandipert21:12:21

i harrass our account guy about cloudwatch sucking regularly

cfleming21:12:25

Ok, where’s the best place to do that? On their forums?

alandipert21:12:30

but they seem particularly helpful wrt lambda because they want more feedback on it

alandipert21:12:44

at the top right, is a support thing... and a link to submit a ticket i think

alandipert21:12:58

"Support Center"

cfleming21:12:51

“At the Basic Support level, you can create account and billing support cases and service limit increase requests, but you cannot create technical support cases."

cfleming21:12:43

It’s the forums for me, I guess.