My project is in python, using
So far, my package is too big (> 300 Mb zipped!) and I went to investigate. I found in my sls zipped package files like:
I’ve added to my
serverless.yml, so far:
package: patterns: - '!node_modules/**' # by try-and-error I know this one work for sure and so others similar - '!test/**' - '!**/test*/**' # but, this one? - '!docs/**' - '!dist/**' - '!tools/**' - '!__pycache__/**' - '!**/__pycache__/**' - '!.mypy_cache/**' - '!integration_test/**' - '!my_pkg*/**' - '!*pytest_*' - '!*.pyc'
I really hoped at least
- '!*.pyc' could work but, alas, no!
What patterns above do work, should work and definitely won’t work?
Could Serverless Framework Guide - AWS Lambda Guide - Packaging be improved?
Why not make use of a plain simple
.ignore file? A property that could be added to the
serverless.yml that, hopefully, wil work.
Could it be that
package.patterns don’t work for the
Because I’ve cleaned
$HOME/.cache/serverless-python-requirements/* and find-and-remove
__pycache__ etc. and that seemed to have made a difference in my pkg size which is down to 100 Mb.
Last but not least. Serverless is a FANTASTIC stuff take tons out of ours shoulders when dealing with the horrible AWS services.