|Unable to connect to Amazon RDS from AWS Elastic Beanstalk. ||To connect RDS to your AWS Elastic Beanstalk application, do the following:
Make sure RDS is in the same Region as your AWS Elastic Beanstalk application.
Make sure the RDS security group for your instance has an authorization for the
Amazon EC2 security group you are using for your AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment. For instructions on how to find the name of your EC2 security group
using the AWS Management Console, see Amazon EC2 Security
Groups. For more
information about configuring your EC2 security group, go to the "Authorizing Network Access to an Amazon EC2 Security Group" section of Working with DB Security Groups in the Amazon Relational Database Service User Guide.
For Java, make sure the MySQL JAR file is in your WEB-INF/lib. See Using Amazon RDS and MySQL Connector/J
for more details.
|Experiencing a couple of seconds of downtime when updating the version of my application. ||Because AWS Elastic Beanstalk uses a drop-in upgrade process, there might be a few
seconds of downtime. There is no workaround at this time. |
|Unable to connect to another Amazon EC2 instance using the Amazon EC2
security group for your AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment.||Create a CNAME record and point this to the public DNS of the Amazon EC2 instance. |
|How can I change my application URL from myapp.elasticbeanstalk.com to www.myapp.com? ||Register in a DNS server a CNAME record such as: www.mydomain.com CNAME
|Unable to specify a specific Availability Zone for my AWS Elastic Beanstalk
application.||You can pick specific AZs using the APIs, CLI, Eclipse plug-in, or
Visual Studio plug-in. For instructions about using the AWS Management Console to specify an Availability Zone, see
Configuring Auto Scaling with AWS Elastic Beanstalk.|
|Getting charged for my AWS Elastic Beanstalk application.||The default settings for AWS Elastic Beanstalk do not incur any additional charges.
However, if you modified the default settings by changing the Amazon EC2
instance type or adding additional Amazon EC2 instance, charges may be
accrued. For information about the free tier, see http://aws.amazon.com/free. If
you have questions about your account, contact our customer service team directly. |
|How can I receive notifications by SMS?||If you specify an SMS email address, such as one constructed on http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/email-to-sms, you will receive the
notifications by SMS. To subscribe to more than one email address, you can
use the AWS Elastic Beanstalk command line to register an SNS topic with an environment. |
|How do I upgrade my instance type to an m1.large?||You can upgrade your instance type to an m1.large by launching a new
environment using a 64-bit container. Once your environment is launched, you
can select Edit Configuration to select m1.large. See
Launching New Environments for instructions on
launching a new environment. See Configuring Amazon EC2 Server Instances with
AWS Elastic Beanstalk for instructions for
editing your configuration. |
|Unable to connect to AWS Elastic Beanstalk when deploying using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse.||Try one of the following:
Make sure you are running the latest distribution of Eclipse.
Make sure you've signed up your account for AWS Elastic Beanstalk (and have received an email
Check the "Error Log" view in Eclipse to see if there's any additional information or stack traces.
|How can I get Amazon EBS to work with AWS Elastic Beanstalk?||The default AMIs are EBS-backed; however, the root volume is deleted upon
termination of the instance. You can alter the delete on termination
behavior by using: |
$ ec2-modify-instance-attribute -b
'/dev/sdc=<vol-id>:false as described in the EC2 Command Line Reference.
|Servers that were created in the AWS Management Console do not appear in
the Toolkit for Eclipse ||You can manually import servers by following the instructions at
Importing Existing Environments into