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I want to prevent my Elastic Beanstalk application from triggering degraded health when there are 404 responses. This has been [answered on StackOverflow](https://stackoverflow.com/a/38233065/3130281) and I can see the setting indeed: ![EB console showing disabled "ignore 404" options](/media/postImages/original/IMjMBna29zTMuU9J2yIzC12g) However, once I click the "Edit" button, this setting is nowhere to be found: ![EB console monitoring tab missing "ignore 404" options](/media/postImages/original/IM9p79zaBUTxGuagbD9m9Juw) If I switch over to the "new Elastic Beanstalk console", that setting is missing there as well. How do I turn off health degradation on 404 responses?
Trying to remove a ACL rule and I get the following 2 error messages. AWS WAF Region: east -1 Error Message 1: WAFInternalErrorException: AWS WAF couldn’t perform the operation because of a system problem. Retry your request. Error Message 2: ThrottlingException: Rate exceeded 1491/1500 WCUs Note: Same thing on west-1 with the same rule set and I can add and remove as expected. Tried creating new rule set and after adding the rule I get the same error message in region east-1 Any suggestions?
I am hosting a couple of websites on Elastic Beanstalk. AWS India now only accepts manual payments at the end of each month. They don't save credit cards and Netbanking payment must be manually approved each time. Due to health issues I am frequently in and out of hospital; last time I was admitted for 2 weeks and when I came back, I found my account got suspended for non payment (and the sites went down). This defeats the very purpose of cloud computing if I have to be constantly around for the bill. Is there any way to automate payments? I tried to get Activate credits but that too got rejected, so I am left with no option now except to make manual payment each time. If automated payments are not possible, some recommendations on alternative providers will be helpful.
Dear Team, Is there any estimated date when AWS Elastic Beanstalk Service will be available in UAE / me-central-1 Region? I see many relevant services but could not see it's working. Best Regards
Customer tried "Troubleshooting MFA" and entered the email address as the first step. When they click on the link that they receive, they get that "Email is expired" (Even before 15 mins)
I am unable to modify the RDS aurora cluster, located in Ireland region, due to unexpected error as in the screenshot attached. I tried to clear caching and cookies, using different browsers and devices and even different users but no luck. ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMmOWgJy6oRk-zkOio_Y3tMg)
I am the owner of the management account for my organization. However, I am unable to view or access the resources (EC2, S3, Lambda, etc) created by a user within my same organization. - Both accounts are in the same organization. - The resources are in us-east-1. I have made sure to select this region when browsing AWS services. - Both accounts have the FullAWSAccess SCP attached. - I tried enabling Tag Policies, tagging all resources with a shared tag, and creating a tag-based resource group. However, only my EC2 instance shows up when I try to create the resource group. - I tried using Resource Access Manager to create a new resource share. However, the wizard results in an error: "Organization o-XXXXXXXXXX could not be found." - I am up to date with my billing. How do I access resources created by other accounts in my organization?
![Screenshot of AWS Docs](/media/postImages/original/IM1_MxBekdT5OfV3oJmD0DZA) I followed this procedure, but I wasnt able to find the option of Automatic Provisioning, where can I find it? In Step 3, it says for an Information Box which is also not available on IAM Console.
I am very disappointed with AWS at this point. I only opened this account because I was applying for a job. I had an appointment set and interviewer never showed up or responded. When I sent notification I was told I would be contacted and never was. Now I'm being told I may be charged for something I don't use. I have over 40 years of technology experience, yet cannot log in to clear my account. Granted I have not attempted login for a very long time, but I have captured enough screen shots to show this is not USER ERROR. I cannot log into account as root user even though I have the correct credentials. Hopefully you can respond before 3/31/23 avoiding any charges. I have exhausted way too much time on this so far. Any timely help would be appreciated. When logging in as root user, it accepts my password but does not send code. When I attempt captcha it fails after multiple attempts from mutliple devices.
For a MySQL database, I turned on "Manage master credentials" in AWS console. I decided to use a "master password" instead. When I uncheck the ManageMasterUserPassword and assign a "master password", AWS console gives me an error , "You can't specify MasterUserPassword for an instance with ManageMasterUserPassword enabled."
I'm trying to create an alert for AWS console logins. I've set up a CloudTrail trail that is multi-region, enabled for all accounts, and is logging all API activity. It's creating log files in my S3 bucket, but those files never include events for console access. I'm logging in and out over and over again and then pulling the files but do not find login events in them. Also, when I go to the CloudTrail event history and search for "Event name = ConsoleLogin" it does show me some login events but the most recent one is from 13 days ago and I've logged in many times since then. When I'm looking at the event history I have my region set to us-east-1. Any ideas what I could be doing wrong here would be amazing, thanks!
I use a hardware security key (yubikey) to log into the AWS console. The AWS console app for iPhone does not appear to support this login method. Am I just out of luck?