[ubuntu-cloud] Problem creating AMI from Ubuntu base image

Rodney Quillo imcocoy at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 01:11:58 UTC 2012

Hmm.. Seems like the disk label is changed.
How about  instead of using:

mkfs.ext3 ${EBS_DEVICE} -L uec-rootfs


mkfs.ext3 ${EBS_DEVICE} -L cloudimg-rootfs

when making the AMI root device.


On 2/23/12 8:30 AM, Chetan Sarva wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to create an AMI using a recent Lucid AMI as my base. I've
> done this in the past without any problems but suddenly I'm running
> into the following when trying to boot my newly created AMI:
> http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=2m16AfFs
> I can reboot the instance used to create this AMI just fine, so I'm
> not sure what's going on here. I saw this post about a similar issue:
> http://return1.at/ubuntu-ec2-ami-with-xfs-root-ebs-volume-10-04-lts-lucid-lynx/
> However we are not using xfs -- just the default ext3 for root. Our
> customizations to the image are fairly minimal -- installing some base
> packages and our application -- nothing to do with any of the mounts,
> etc. 
> Is anyone else seeing similar issues?
> regards,
> chetan
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