Why does the EC2 Auto Scaling Group automatically generate Scheduled Actions?

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For some reason the EC2 Auto Scaling Group automatically generates Scheduled Actions and so limiting the maximum EC2 instances launched. Everytime I have to delete the scheduled actions to prevent limiting the maximum EC2 instances launched.

  • Hi, could you please explain how you created or provisioned the Auto Scaling Group?

  • Hey Ben, I thought by simply creating a new auto scaling group from an existing launch template.

  • When you say "everytime I have to delete the scheduled actions" - what everytime actually means? Do oyu have to delete it for each new ASG or you have to do it from time to time for the same ASG?

  • Could you share the configuration of your launch template?

  • Scheduled actions are something deliberately created (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/autoscaling/ec2/userguide/schedule_time.html). It sounds as if you have created a recurring scheduled action and are wondering why it is recurring. Back to ben-from-aws's comment, can you give us more information on how you created the ASG?

asked 2 years ago313 views
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Stupid me, I had an Auto Scaling Plan active, that generates the Scheduled Actions.

@Amazon: Maybe there can be a new feature that shows active Auto Scaling Plans for a specific Auto Scaling Group.

Thanks all for your support.

answered 2 years ago

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