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During the launch of a new environment, AWS Elastic Beanstalk monitors the environment to make sure that the application is available. If the application is still unavailable after 6 minutes have passed, the environment enters the ready state; this allows you to take action and make configuration changes. If this event occurs, try one or both of the following:
Make sure that your application’s health check URL exists. For example, if AWS Elastic Beanstalk
makes a health check request to
/myapp/index.jsp exists and is accessible. Similarly, for PHP, if you have
http://healthcheckrocks.elasticbeanstalk.com:80/myapp/index.php, make sure that
/myapp/index.php exists and is accessbile. For ASP.NET, if you have
http://healthcheckrocks.elasticbeanstalk.com:80/myapp/default.aspx, make sure that
/myapp/default.aspx exists and is accessbile.
Make sure you have uploaded a valid .war file or .zip file.
Check previous events in the Events tab.