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hello When i try to make new instance but i got below alert msg. "This account is currently blocked and not recognized as a valid account. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions." what is wrong? and How can i UNBLOCK my account?
I have been using the free tier of ec2 recently and have surpassed the 1gb limit of snapshot data but never have in any past months, so I am not totally sure what that means. I did have to remake my ec2 instance because I had lost my key pair and was wondering if in that process, I surpassed my snapshot data limit.
I`m having a problem with the redirect via RDP the COM ports to a EC2 Instance with Windows Server 2019. The permissions have granted, and i have marked the Redirect in RDP. But in the Instance the ports dont appear. I think its possible need one more config to make in EC2 Manager, but i dont found in any place. Someone can help me with this?
Hi, Can you please help to install maria db in amazon linux ec2 instance. While i was trying to install the server with the below command i am getting the following error as unable to find a match. am i missing anything ? [ec2-user@planetm ~]$ sudo yum install -y mariadb-server Last metadata expiration check: 4:46:51 ago on Sat Mar 18 17:35:23 2023. ***No match for argument: mariadb-server Error: Unable to find a match: mariadb-server*** [ec2-user@planetm ~]$
I know how to release a host. I am not trying to release a host. I am trying to DELETE a host. Why can't I DELETE a host? Are they designed to just stack up and accumulate ad nauseam or is there a way to get rid of them? https://us-west-2.console.aws.amazon.com/ec2/home?region=us-west-2#Hosts:
Instance launch failed This account is currently blocked and not recognized as a valid account. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. * **Initializing requests * Succeeded * Creating security groups * Succeeded * Creating security group rules * Succeeded * Launch initiation * Failed** ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMZApt--TKT7-9vipRGBrIrg) ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMG9aIExvATe-WjzLTg_mefA) ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMV4jtlqY_TsKy_Le1MagYJw)
All my instances,services,rds snapshots are deleted still there is increase in my bill.
I'm trying to launch an instance, but it's failing with the message "This account is currently blocked and not recognized as a valid account. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions." I'm not sure what's going on, because I've never had any problems with this account before. Can you help me fix this?
Hi, We have SQL 2017 ENT running on EC2 instances (i3.4xlarge) in Ireland. We are using Litespeed to do full and log backups to S3 in the same region. This is a very large Database. Through litespeed we are doing maximum compression and stripping the full backup to 7 files and each file size is ~430 GB. In the SQL server side, full backups are scheduled to always run in AG secondary replica, so it is only doing the backup work load nothing else. A full back usually completes in ~ 16 to 18 hours. But sometimes the full backup takes 30 to 40 hours and sometimes in worst cases it is taking 60 to 75 hrs to complete. For the slow running backups, at the moment we dont have a clue on where things are actually slowing down. One thing I notice from the litespeed backup summary - whenever backup throughput reduces, the backup time increases proportionally. How would I go about troubleshooting this to find out the root cause and what actions should I take so that full backup always completes in less than 20 hours? Thanks in advance.
hi, i have a question. limit for EC t2(t3) of 750 hours is for each individual server, or 750 hours is the total hours for using all EC t2(t3). Are there any limits on the number of EC t2(t3) solutions I can create?
How to query or measure packet latency between a Elastic Load Balancer(ELB) and a EC2 instance behind it?
My supervisor asked this question but I'm not sure how to scientifically measure it, currently I make several requests to a HTTP service and measure the `time_starttransfer` cURL statistic with the domain name resolving to the IP address of the ELB and the EC2 instance and subtract the numbers to provide an answer but I'm not sure this is the proper way to do so. I also checked the CloudWatch dashboard and unable to found similar metrics, is there any? I would like answers for either the NLB(OSI layer 4) and ALB(OSI layer 7), thanks in advance!
Hi, I am using nlb for serving rtmp connections. Targets of nlb are multiple nodes in eks cluster and on nodes there are nginx-rtmp pods. When i stream multiple streams, i am getting connection dropped at client side, and getting "drop idle stream" log on nginx-rtmp. my idle timeout configuration on nginx-rtmp is 30 sec. I am using ec2 instances to generating load which have 5GB bandwidth. I am not able to found why this is happening. Multiple connections dropping in a single second. and sometimes all of them are on same node. Also when i am checking NLB access logs i found only two ips in target ip and i am not able to found both ip on any pod or node.