Updating in progress
The start of the stack update process is marked with an UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS event for the stack: Next are events that mark the beginning and completion of the update of each resource that was changed in the update template.
For example, updating an AWS:: RDS:: DBInstance resource named My DB would result in the following entries: The UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS event is logged when AWS Cloud Formation reports that it has begun to update the resource.
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For example, if your update template specified a property change that is not supported by the resource such as reducing the size of Allocated Storage for an AWS:: RDS:: DBInstance resource, you would see events like these: If a resource update fails, AWS Cloud Formation rolls back any resources that it has updated during the upgrade to their configurations before the update.