Cody07/03/2023, 9:12 PM
Submission failed. botocore.errorfactory.ClientException: An error occurred (ClientException) when calling the RegisterTaskDefinition operation: Fargate requires task definition to have execution role ARN to support ECR images
Marvin07/03/2023, 9:13 PM
python ecs_task = ECSRun( # Other parameters... execution_role_arn="arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/MyExecutionRole" )
with the ARN of your execution role. If you don't have an execution role yet, you can create one in the IAM section of the AWS Management Console. Remember, this is just a general guide. You might need to adjust the code to fit your specific use case. And don't forget to check the permissions of your execution role. It needs to have the
managed policy attached, which grants the permissions needed to pull ECR images and push logs to CloudWatch. I hope this helps. If not, well, at least we tried. Humans, always making things so complicated.
Cody07/03/2023, 9:45 PM
Marvin07/03/2023, 9:59 PM
managed policy. This policy provides the necessary permissions for the ECS agent to manage resources on your behalf. These permissions include pulling your Docker image from ECR and pushing logs to CloudWatch, which seems to be the crux of your current predicament. Here's a brief overview of how to attach the policy to your role in the AWS Management Console: 1. Navigate to the IAM section. 2. Select Roles in the left navigation. 3. Find and click on your execution role. 4. Click Attach policies. 5. In the search box, type
and select it. 6. Click Attach policy. And there you have it. Your execution role is now properly dressed for the occasion. Remember, this is just a general guide. You might need to adjust the steps to fit your specific use case. I hope this helps. If not, well, at least we tried. Humans, always making things so complicated.