Is there anyway to BYPASS using the Serverless Dashboard

Hello,

I had a deployment where I was using serverless to upload CF templates. It was working great!

Now, I upgraded to the latest version and it is constantly asking me to log into the serverless dashboard.

I want this deployment to be scripted, yet I am getting these prompts OR it hangs trying to access the dashboard.

My output:

[user@serverless vpc]$ serverless -s test deploy

Onboarding “caiso-vpc” to the Serverless Dashboard

? Do you want to login/register to Serverless Dashboard? (Y/n)

I DO NOT WANT THIS PROMPT!!!

If I set dashboard: false, or try and remove app or org as others have suggested, this does not work.

[user@serverless vpc]$ cat serverless.yml
service: my-vpc
variablesResolutionMode: 20210326
dashboard: false
console: false
org: my-app
app: my-app

provider:
dashboard: false
name: aws
caiso-app: ${opt:caiso-app, ‘www’}
region: ${opt:region, ‘us-west-2’}
stage: ${opt:stage, ‘dev’}
stackName: ${self:service}-${self:provider.stage}
deploymentBucket:
tags: ${self:custom.tags}
stackTags: ${self:custom.tags}

custom:
ssmBase: /${self:provider.my-app}
tags:
Project: MY VPC
Name: ${self:service} VPC
Environment: ${self:provider.stage}
Description: VPC staff for ${self:provider.stage} env
vpcCIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-vpc}
mgmtSubnet1CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-mgmta1}
mgmtSubnet2CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-mgmtb1}
lbSubnet1CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-lba1}
lbSubnet2CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-lbb1}
ecsSubnet1CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-ecsa1}
ecsSubnet2CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-ecsb1}
dbSubnet1CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-dba1}
dbSubnet2CIDR: ${ssm:${self:custom.ssmBase}/${self:provider.stage}/cidr-subnet-dbb1}

resources:

  • ${file(resources/vpc.yml)}

Please help …

John