Clint Byrum

Aka "SpamapS" on IRC.

User information

Launchpad Id:
clint-fewbar
Email:
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Member since:
2009-03-22
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Signed Ubuntu Code of Conduct:
Yes
IRC:
SpamapS on irc.freenode.net
SpamapS on irc.undernet.org
OpenPGP keys:
F4BCB38E
SSH keys:
mackbook15
clint@clint-MacBookAir
clint@clint-HP
Languages:
English
Time zone:
America/Los_Angeles (UTC-0700)
Karma:
2338 Karma help

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Currently if a stack fails on create or update then the only recovery option is to delete and recreate the stack. It should be possible to recover a failed stack by performing a stack update. Any failed resources can be replaced and an attempt can be made to bring the entire stack into a completed state. After som...