Delete the Stack
lono cfn delete earlier. For completeness, we’ll cover it at the end again. Let’s clean up any resources we no longer want. You can delete the stack with the following command:
$ lono cfn delete ec2 Are you sure you want to want to delete the stack? (y/N) y Deleted example stack. $
Lono prompts you with an “Are you sure?” message before the stack gets deleted. If you would like to bypass the prompt, you can use the
$ lono cfn delete example --sure Deleted example stack. $
Congratulations! 🎉 You have successfully gone through the lono introductory tutorial. You’ve created stacks, edit them, and updated them. Hopefully, you’ve got a good sense of how lono works. There is much more lono can do. Here are some additional links to learn more:
- Scripts - Scripts that get automatically uploaded and available to you.
- Helpers - Built-in helpers and custom helpers are supported.
- Params - Params have layering and shared variables support which can sometimes simplify your param files.
- Nested Stacks - Helpers exists to support nested stacks.
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