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I delete libssl.so, which sudo/ssh depended, causing my ec2 machine can not login, how can i recover from this suitcation?
Hello, I am trying to connect to the linux base EC2 instance using putty but I can't connect to the instance. Also I create linux base application server using User Data and trying to access over browser, I am not able to access it. Please help me to reach out that problem
Below is the AWS CLI that needs to be converted to PowerShell $export_AWS = aws configservice select-aggregate-resource-config --expression "SELECT accountId,awsRegion,arn,resourceId WHERE resourceType = 'AWS::EC2::Instance'" --configuration-aggregator-name XXXXXXXXX
Hi Everone, I'm trying to get all EC2 instances across all accounts using powershell. I would appreciate your assistance in resolving this issue. It may be that I am not familiar with the use of powershell. Set-AWSCredential -AccessKey AAAAAAAAAAAAAA -SecretKey BBBBBBBBBBBBBB -StoreAs MyNewProfile Initialize-AWSDefaults -ProfileName MyNewProfile Set-AWSCredential -ProfileName MyNewProfile Set-DefaultAWSRegion -Region ap-southeast-1 Get-EC2Instance In the event that something has to be aggregated, I would like your assistance in determining how to use aggregate in PowerShell
We received an email about the termination of the AWS CloudShell but we only sure the simple storage S3. Does the AWS CloudShell affects us in any way. All the information I find is very confusing and I have been unable to find a phone number to call customer service. Just need to know if I need to worry about the AWS CloudShell being deleted since we only use the S3 simple storage service. Thank you.
This message aappeared when I try to use CloudShell. > Unable to start the environment. To retry, refresh the browser or restart by selecting Actions, Restart AWS CloudShell. System error: Environment was in state: CREATION_FAILED. Expected environment to be in state: RUNNING. To retry, refresh the browser or restart by selecting Actions, Restart AWS CloudShell. I used the root regions account in us-east-2 region and tried the following steps: - Restart CloudShell from Action menu - Delete CloudShell Home directory
Hi there, I received a message today about having to delete my cloudshell home directory. I am not even sure what that is and just worried that it may delete some of my backed up data that is on S3 and Glacier. I don't use cloudshell, cause I don't know what it is. Does anyone know the answer. Is deleting my home directory in cloudshell going to delete my data on S3and Glacier? Thanks tony
I received a notice that my root user hadn't logged into Cloudshell in 120 days and would be deleted on the 16th. I followed the directions and opened Cloudshell, logging into the console as my root user, letting the terminal load. My dashboard is still saying that it's due to be deleted. Is there something else I have to do? Please help! I'm not great with tech things and barely managed to get this set up in the first place, but as an indie author, I run my whole newsletter through this. I'm worried I'm going to lose everything on my server, all my subscribers, all my data, etc. How can I get this deletion to stop? I tried a support ticket and they told me to either post here or pay for a tech plan, but I'm on disability and can't afford anything else hitting my budget right now.
I want to install iam athenticator in a cloudshell environment, but I keep getting an error when I run the following command. curl -o aws-iam-authenticator https://s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/amazon-eks/1.21.2/2021-07-05/bin/linux/amd64/aws-iam-authenticator It returns this error. Warning: Failed to create the file aws-iam-authenticator: Permission denied I'm following a tutorial and I'm not sure why I get the above error and I cannot continue the tutorial without iam_authenticator installed.
Is it possible to connect to AWS service for e.g MySQL DB using private IP from AWS CloudShell on the console. It was in pipeline in 2020 to enable AWS Cloudshell to make connection to other services.
Unable to start the environment. To retry, refresh the browser or restart by selecting Actions, Restart AWS CloudShell
Even though I'm using Root User and I don't think it's a browser problem because another root user can be used normally. I tried to simulate here https://policysim.aws.amazon.com and the permission column said allowed both CloudShell Create & StartEnvironment. How should I do? Thank you very much.
I want view details of IAM Role to how many instances it is attached to with Cloudshell, cli which commands should use give example. lets assume I have IAM Role TestRole I want to know to how ec2 instances TestRole is attached to.