aws-nuke 2.16.0-1ubuntu0.23.10.1 source package in Ubuntu


aws-nuke (2.16.0-1ubuntu0.23.10.1) mantic-security; urgency=medium

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aws-nuke: Delete a whole AWS account and all resources

 Remove all resources from an AWS account.
 Be aware that aws-nuke is a very destructive tool, hence be very careful while
 using it. Otherwise can cause production data deletion.
 As an advise try to not run this application on any AWS account, where cannot
 be afforded to lose all resources. By default aws-nuke only lists all resources
 to delete. It's necessary to add --no-dry-run to actually delete resources.
 This tool retries deleting all resources until all specified ones are deleted
 or until there are only resources with errors left. There are two ways to
 authenticate aws-nuke, static credentials and profiles.

aws-nuke-dbgsym: debug symbols for aws-nuke