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Hi! I was wondering if there is a place to find all the active services and their costs? I just launched a new instance and want to get an overview of all the associated costs. Thanks in advance!
We have noticed a sudden increase in costs generated by our RDS Aurora MySQL Serverless v2 clusters that we cannot understand, and would like some help in resolving this issue. Around February 18th, we noticed that the capacity metric on our instances was not decreasing its capacity to a minimum at night when no one was using it. Before this date, our clusters would usually maintain a minimum of 0.5 ACU during off-peak hours. However, after February 18th, the capacity stayed the entire night at 1.5 ACU, and later to 1 after we capped the max capacity at night. We have followed the instructions recommended by some users and turned off Performance Insight, but the problem still persists. We could not find any queries generated by a user in the logs of the night where no one usually uses the system, only the ones executed internally by RDS. We suspect that the reason for the sudden increase in costs may be due to an internal change that AWS made to the service. If this is the case, we would appreciate any information you could provide us on this change so that we can optimize our resources and reduce costs wherever possible. We would be grateful if you could investigate this matter and provide us with a prompt response. We rely on your expertise to help us resolve this issue and continue to use AWS services effectively. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
I have a personal AWS account I use for school and today received an email that my root email address for the account changed. How would I go about resetting the email back to the previous email to regain access to my account?
No longer using AWS but getting email 'Free Tier usage limit alerting via AWS Budgets' I simply want to make sure I am not billed and need to close my account. How do I do this? Doesn't seem to be any way to contact support directly.
Hi, I was about to create a custom budget report for ec2 usage, my issue is with budget scope under customized budget, i am not able to get any dropdown filters when i try to select a specific cost dimension, i tried all of them, no drop downs are loading when i select any dimension under dimension dropdown. ![Screenshot of the budget scope section](/media/postImages/original/IMzVmiluOzSSaWmfaWnilhuA)
I am not using any instances of EC2. I am not using any service in AWS. I have verified all other resources that have connection with EC2 like Elastic Bean stalk and so on. The only service that was active on my account is AWS Budget for free tier limit. Every month, I am getting a message saying that 85% of my usage limit got exhausted. How do I further check on this. If i leave this as it is, I might get a bill with some decent amount once my free tier tenure gets completed. Can someone help me in this regards?![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IM5shQPR-4SxeOdexRiCW9CQ)
I am getting charged of millions of requests on Route 53. How can I get a detailed report showing the dns queries per domain so I can understand what is going on ?
Hi I want to know why the data transfer under bandwith consumption for my EC2 server for "regional data transfer - in/out/between EC2 AZs or using elastic" is way too high? What is this tranfer because I've not set up any service which makes this tranfser and the server don't get this much of traffic. Can someone please explain this transfer?
I - the root user - created a user group with (1) user. I gave the user group one permission which is AdministratorAccess. Looking at the json policy, it appears this gives all users within this user group access to any and all services on AWS. I signed in as the one IAM user and attempted to access Billing and Budgets. I wasn't able to access either, nor could I access cost explorer. I attempted the following: -removed the user from the user group, then added the user back, giving it the permission for AdministratorAccess. -I added the BillingFullAccess permission to the user - not the group. I tested it out, I still wasn't able to access Billing, Budgets, nor Cost Explorer. I removed the permission and kept AdministratorAccess as the only permission for the user group. -I created another user, added it to the user group with AdminstratorAccess. All of my troubleshooting attempts were in vain and I'm still unable to access Billing, Cost Explorer, or Budgets as an IAM user. Any ideas on what I should do to troubleshoot through this? Also, I am on the free tier to learn AWS.
i am facing problem when i create an account to use AWS but when i enter my visa card my account is not authenticated resulting i cant use AWS services
I purchased a convertible RI r6a.32xlarge. What do I need to purchase or do to upgrade it to r6a.48xlarge? According to the documentation, I need to pay a normalization factor of 128 to equal the NF for the r6a.48xlarge (384). Do I just purchase the r6a.48xlarge instance and upgrade like that? Or r6a.16xlarge and then merge it with my instance? Documentation is uclear.
Currently, I am paying my AWS invoices by direct debits in my bank account. I would like to know how I can relate an invoice with the charge in my bank account. For instance, my bank shows the following concept for the AWS charge: 80000088242964 AWS EMEA 54BYT1ECY1QDGKKK, but this concept does not appear anywhere in AWS invoice. Thanks