[ubuntu-cloud] Post access
gerardofontes at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 21:48:15 UTC 2011
My apologies, I meant Lucid instead of Hardy(I was discussing something
about hardy at the time and my mind messed up) so a Lucid HVM is exactly
what I'm looking forward to, it's kind of sad to know HVM are restricted, I
will ask EC2 support to see if I can be able to create HVM images, in the
meantime I'm really happy and grateful that you will be releasing a daily
Lucid HVM, really, thank you! if there's something I can help with please
let me know.
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 3:30 PM, Scott Moser <smoser at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Mar 2011, Gerardo Fontes wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I would like post access to this list and plan to collaborate for an ec2
> > cluster compute instance for hardy.
> I had agreed with Ahmed to turn on the cluster compute instance builds
> for lucid as a sniff test. If the un-tested build doesn't fail there
> might be a daily Lucid HVM instance type tomorrow sometime.
> Hardy, though, is much older, and many, many
> things weren't so well worked out in our build and release process on EC2.
> It would be more difficult to make a Hardy cluster compute instance.
> So I would really like to avoid doing so and supporting hardy on
> cluster compute.
> As I understand it, Amazon limits creation of "new" HVM images to
> privileged accounts (of which 'Canonical' has one), so you can't do the
> same process as we do.
> That said, with the presence of a lucid cluster compute instance you
> may be able to basically do a downgrade to hardy, or potentially a switch
> of the root volume on an existing instance.
> There is more infomatoin about HVM instances at
> You'll have to be creative, but I do think that a hardy HVM instance
> *could* be created, but you might end up wanting to use a newer kernel.
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