The deployment package of your Lambda function “efs-access is too large to enable inline code editing. However, you can still invoke your function.

This error message is indicating that the deployment package (also known as the “zip file”) of your Lambda function “efs-access” is too large to be edited directly within the AWS Lambda Console. Inline code editing allows you to update your function’s code directly within the AWS Lambda Console, but it is limited to functions with a deployment package of no more than 3 MB.

The solution is to update your Lambda function code using one of the following methods:

  • Use the AWS CLI or SDKs to update your function’s code.
  • Create a new deployment package with the updated code and use it to update your function.
  • Use AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodeDeploy to manage your code and deployments.

It’s important to note that, although you can’t edit your function’s code directly in the console, you can still invoke your function as usual.

Additionally, you should consider optimizing the size of your deployment package. This can be achieved by removing unnecessary files, or compressing large files.

You can also use Layer to add dependencies or libraries your function needs, this way you can keep the deployment package small and separate from the function’s code.

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Mayank Kushwah

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