Execute commands inside a running container (Tasks) in a ECS Cluster, this type is useful when there's a necessity to change the state of a running system. It's possible to pass any kind of command to a container through Runops.
|yes||The name of the ECS Cluster.|
|yes||The name of the ECS service.|
|yes||The name of the running container of the ECS Task.|
|yes||ECS AWS Access Key ID.|
|yes||ECS AWS Secret Access Key.|
|yes||ECS AWS Region.|
The ECS task id is obtained dynamically listing it by its service name
In order for this to work the ECS need to be configured properly, check this additional information:
env command to dump the environment variables of a container instance.
- Executing an invalid ECS task will not result in an Runops Task error.