AWS Lambda configuration error
This error occurs when the Lambda function is not able to initialise and the execution halts before reaching the handler function.
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Type: LOG EVENT Severity: CRITICAL Error message: *Handler '*' missing on module || *Unable to import module '*': Error || *module initialization error:
Why do I see this?
One of your functions can’t initialize, and the execution halts before reaching the handler function.
What does this mean?
Usually, this is caused by an issue in the require or include statements of the code.
How do I fix AWS Lambda configuration error?
You should look out for typos or inconsistencies in your project’s file structure.
Below are solutions and discussions for different variations of this problem.
- AWS Lambda Python: ‘handler’ missing on module
- AWS Lambda module initialization error
- AWS Lambda function error – Unable to import module ‘index’: Error
For a detailed read on why this happens and how to solve it step by step, read our Debugging with Dashbird: Lambda Configuration Error article.
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