Summary: How can I get several developers to be able to start and stop a shared Amazon EC2 instance? I've got a project where I'm using an EC2 instance for work that persists from day to day, so I 'start' my server when I come into the office, and 's
I have some EC2 instances that I don't really know who launched them. Is there a way to know who launched a specific instance?Unfortunately this information is not directly available via an API call - you currently have two options: depending on your
I want to fetch the Cloudmetrics data for my EC2 instance so that I can draw graphs using those data and display it on my android device. How do I do that? Is there any sample program or tutorial for the same? Thanks in advance. This is what I am doi
I'd like to launch an EC2 Windows instance, upload an EXEecutable & execute it (all in an automated fashion, this is important) So far I was able to programmatically launch EC2 Windows instance & get its parameters (password / IP), now I'd like to
I have Windows EC2 instances that I am managing via a C# application; I'm using the AWS.NET SDK. I'm trying to figure out from the documentation if there is anyway to query the API and get the volume-to-drive letter assignment within the instances. F
I've run out of ideas, would appreciate some help. I'm starting and EC2 Ubuntu 12.04 instance and adding the following script to the user data: #!/usr/bin/env python import sys from boto.s3.connection import S3Connection AWS_BOOTSTRAP_BUCKET = 'myBuc
I have an application where the user enters data in edittext and presses the save button. By pressing 'save' I save in a file the user data (in one column) and the current date (in the other column). Then , I press another button and make the plot (u
I have see all the document on the AWS, but I still don't konw who trigger the user-data after the operation system is installed. Is the startup script automatically run the user-data(and download the content of user-data) or the AWS server will 'cal
I am trying to execute the following user data script sudo wget https://files.mysite.com/downloads/myFile.tar -P /opt sudo tar -xvf /opt/myTar.tar -C /opt sudo /opt/myFile.sh When I execute the .sh file manually I see this: Extracting... Unpacking...
I am trying to create a new spot request using aws cli but it gives me an error if i pass a shell script as user-data to spot request i tried this aws ec2 request-spot-instances --spot-price "0.04" --instance-count 1 --launch-specification "
I started an default instance of EC2 Wowza AMI (LINUX) and then I bundled/snapshot it via 'ec2-bundle-vol', uploaded it to s3 and registered the AMI. When I start the bundled AMI with user data (zip file) with a script, it doesn't seem to execute it.
The problem: I'm trying to dynamically build a python user-data script for amazon in a jenkins deploy script and pass it to an ASG to be executed at runtime. I pass my vars to the deploy script and then dynamically create the python script based on a
I am starting a Amazon Linux instance (ami-fb8e9292) using the web console, pasting data into the user data box to run a script upon startup. If I use the example given by amazon to start a web server, it works. But when I run my own script (also a #
For AWS EC2 (Amazon Linux) launch configuration, I have set some userdata having some sequence of commands which looks like below. #!/bin/bash -exv \n", "#Execute Init resource\n", "whoami\n", "pwd\n", "npm -v\n&quo