ElasticBeanstalk Deployment

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I am facing the below error via ElasticBeanstalk after setting up a CI/CD pipeline:

During an aborted deployment, some instances may have deployed the new application version. To ensure all instances are running the same version, re-deploy the appropriate application version.

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Hello,

Please try this solution it will be helpful for you and if you follow the AWS Document link if you will get more information.

The error indicates that during the deployment process in Elastic Beanstalk, some instances may have partially updated to the new application version, while others have not. To resolve this, you should re-deploy the intended application version to ensure consistency across all instances. Simply re-deploy the application from your Elastic Beanstalk console or trigger the deployment again through your CI/CD pipeline to synchronize all instances with the correct application version.

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/using-features.deploy-existing-version.html

https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/devops/deploying-a-spring-boot-application-on-aws-using-aws-elastic-beanstalk/

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/troubleshooting.html

answered 24 days ago
  • Thank you Parthasaradi, I confirm the success of all pipeline stages. However, as I open the ElasticBeanstalk URL, I receive: 403 - Forbidden: Access is denied. You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.

  • Hi Mohamad El Bohsaly, okay if you try this solution and resolve your issue.

    403 Forbidden Error occurs when you do not have permission to access a web page or something else on a web server. i will share you some of possibilities to occurs your error and how to resolve

    Security Group Configuration: you must Open ports 80, 443, and any application-specific ports in the security group associated with your ECS EC2 instances. Make sure the security group allows traffic from the ALB.

    ALB Target Group Port Forwarding: Verify that the ALB's target group is correctly configured to forward HTTP traffic (port 80) to HTTPS (port 443). Check the target group's health.

    Domain Configuration:

    Confirm that your domain is hosted in Route 53 and that the DNS records are correctly configured to point to the ALB's DNS name. Verify that the domain name is spelled correctly and that there are no typos. Check if the domain name's validation is expired dates and renew it if necessary. Ensure that the domain's nameservers are correctly set to Route 53. If using a registrar like GoDaddy, update the nameservers accordingly. thes are maximum chances to resolve your 403 error, i hope this will helpful if you still facing same issue try to share detailed version of that error i will try to resolve.

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Hi Steps to Resolve Deployment Inconsistency in AWS Elastic Beanstalk: Re-deploy the Application Version:

Navigate to your Elastic Beanstalk environment in the AWS Management Console. Go to the "Actions" dropdown menu and select "Deploy Application". Choose the correct application version and redeploy it. Monitor the Deployment:

Ensure all instances in your environment successfully update to the new version. Check the health status of your instances to confirm they are running correctly. Use the AWS Elastic Beanstalk CLI (EB CLI):

If you prefer using the command line, you can re-deploy the application using the EB CLI. Run the following command: sh Copy code eb deploy This will trigger the deployment process and ensure all instances update consistently. CI/CD Pipeline Trigger:

If you are using a CI/CD pipeline (e.g., AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins, GitLab CI/CD), trigger a new deployment through your pipeline. Ensure the pipeline is correctly configured to deploy the application version to Elastic Beanstalk.

Review AWS Documentation:

For more detailed information and troubleshooting steps, refer to the AWS Elastic Beanstalk documentation. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/using-features.deploy-existing-version.html https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/devops/deploying-a-spring-boot-application-on-aws-using-aws-elastic-beanstalk/

answered 24 days ago

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