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EFS Client Connections Metric Fluctuations
Hello, I have 3 EC2 instances, each mounted to the same EFS file system. For the file system metric "Client connections", I would expect to have a constant value of 3. However, when viewing this graphed metric on the "Sum" statistic, there are periodic fluctuations. Most of the time the value is 3, but sometimes can drop to 2, then sometimes go up to 4. Please help me understand why this is happening. I followed the documentation for mounting but perhaps something went wrong somehow? I'm concerned there is some intermittent connection issue that may impact performance/reliability. Any suggestions on how I should further troubleshoot? Thanks for reading.
Answering Questions on Compute - Ask the Experts
Ask the Expert - AWS Support You Event Welcome to the follow up discussion on "Answering Your re:Post Questions on Compute" [Twitch event](https://www.twitch.tv/aws). ([Register ](https://awssupportsyou.splashthat.com/)to attend the live twitch event on August 15 at 11am Pacific.) If you have a question you'd like to see discussed during the live event, post it using **comment button** below. After the live event, you can continue asking questions until August 22. Provide description about Compute Join experts Rob Higareda, Sukhmeet Mata, and Mike Wells, who will answer in detail your questions asked in this post and other questions made in re:Post regarding Compute. **Our AWS experts** **Rob Higareda** is a Principal Technical Account Manager who works with Enterprise customers to lead them on their AWS journey. Rob is an advocate for AWS security services and enjoys helping customers adopt AWS services via our catalog of workshops. **Sukhmeet Mata** helped his customers to develop highly scalable ML solutions in various areas like Computer Vision, genomics/gene processing, Market Forecasts, etc. As a TAM, Sukhmeet gets to put his technical and coding skills to use by helping customers in building, managing and deploying solutions on the cloud as well as helping customers in their modernization and digitalization journey. He has helped his customers in being operationally efficient by helping them optimize costs with automation as well as developed High Level Solution Architectures and System Designs for new and existing workloads. **Mike Wells** Mike's role as a Sr Technical Account Manager allows him to put his Architecture, Development and Cloud knowledge into practice helping customers achieve cloud excellence. Mike is based in Boulder, Colorado and is an avid outdoors man and cyclist. **Ask questions from Tuesday August 9 to by using the "Comment" button** ***- Please be sure to upvote answers if they helped you -***
How do I stop credentials from changing every couple of hours? Working on pushing docker images to an EC2 instance to train up machine learning algorithms and I need to access data on s3 during the training. My current credentials change every couple of hours and that makes it difficult to persist information within the docker containers.
can't connect to my instance
I'm using AWS RDP instance. In this instance RDP network setting, I manually changed my IP address through network adapter properties and change (TCP/ipv4) and click on apply. after that, I suddenly exit from RDP instance. then I try to reconnect again but I can't able to connect. I reboot my instance multiple time, I redownload my remote desktop file, but didn't work anything it didn't connect to RDP so definitely no password issue. I got error message ![Error message](https://repost.aws/media/postImages/original/IMpUH0pertQAec3MgHs5hoRw)
AWS IOT thing packet missing
Hi, I am using the **AWS IOT Core** service, In that, I created a Thing and I used **Thing API** directly in the **EC2 instance**. I am receiving data from the topic to which I subscribed. But here I am **losing lots of packets from that topic**. Is it because lots of devices are connected to a single thing? and how to solve this problem? please suggest to me how to solve this...
Route53 geolocation policy blocking my website from India
I am creating a website for one of my clients. My client wants to use Route53 geolocation service so his website can be accessed only from India. But after all the configuration it is not working from the source IP block 188.8.131.52/24. The IP belongs to India. I have checked it on APNIC. The website is opening from all other Indian IPs. My website name is skillszilla.in.net
Deregister the SLES15 SP1 Module for On Demand EC2 instance.
For one of our On Demand EC2 "r5.large" instance, which is currently hosting SLES15 SP1; we have activated couple of SUSE Modules/Extensions which we are not able to Deregister as the Error says that "SUSEConnect error: SUSE::Connect::UnsupportedOperation: De-registration is disabled for on-demand instances. Use `registercloudguest --clean` instead." Please guide us on how we can deregister the same for On Demand EC2 instance.
CloudWatch CPUUsage does not match top
Since Aug. 1st CloudWatch reports a higher CPU usage as normal of one of our servers (T3.mocro). I have checked the server and there is no special process running. Even when I stop all custom services and only run the linux Ubuntu 20 system, the CPUCreditBalance is getting lower and lower. Linux reports me a CPU usage of about 1.2% while CloudWatch reports a usage of more than 5%. I have stopped and started the instance, but except that I lost some additional CPUCredits (the first time about 80 and the second time again 140) nothing changed. This is how CloudWatch looks like ![Enter image description here](https://repost.aws/media/postImages/original/IMVXSXO-cqSem19tScm70JXQ) You can see the 2 stops and starts of the instance and the startpoint off the higher CPU usage reproted by CloudWatch. We have an other server with the same configuration running without any problems. Both servers are an instance of T3.micro. Any change to get out why CloudWatch messure a higher CPU utilization than I can see on the Linux level to find out, what is causing this problem. Thanks Andi