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Feb
18
accepted Use IAM to Allow User to Edit AWS / EC2 Security Groups?
Feb
18
comment Use IAM to Allow User to Edit AWS / EC2 Security Groups?
This Worked. Thank You. The user can see all the Instance data but can't start/stop/create, so that is close enough. Do you think there is a way to state exactly which Security Groups they can access, or do I need to leave it open to all Security Groups?
Feb
14
revised Use IAM to Allow User to Edit AWS / EC2 Security Groups?
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Feb
14
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Feb
14
comment Use IAM to Allow User to Edit AWS / EC2 Security Groups?
Thank you for the answer but that did not work. Yes, the security groups are being used by multiple instances - does it matter that they are "EC2 Security Groups" and not "VPC Security Groups" ? - OR maybe I am doing something else wrong because this doesn't allow the user to see the Instances either, which I half expected it to do.
Feb
14
asked Use IAM to Allow User to Edit AWS / EC2 Security Groups?
Oct
11
comment Trouble interpreting iostat's tps measure
so where is the first tps value coming from? is it a meaningless number that is being generated based on an infinite timeframe?
Oct
2
accepted How to Monitor “NetworkIn” Activity on AWS?
Oct
1
asked How to Monitor “NetworkIn” Activity on AWS?
Sep
15
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
accepted Options for Executing Scheduled Scripts on a PHP Server
Mar
27
comment Options for Executing Scheduled Scripts on a PHP Server
Thank you. I think the core of my question was if I was missing out by using PHP to write these scripts. I will look into removing the Bash wrapper.
Mar
27
asked Options for Executing Scheduled Scripts on a PHP Server
Jan
30
revised AWS API Tools “Command Not Found” When Executing from Cron
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Jan
30
accepted AWS API Tools “Command Not Found” When Executing from Cron
Jan
30
comment AWS API Tools “Command Not Found” When Executing from Cron
My path is (I think) /opt/aws/bin - I am running set EC2_PATH=/opt/aws and keep getting a message now that says "EC2_HOME is not set" - tried searching for help, but can you point me to how to properly set this?
Jan
30
awarded  Student
Jan
30
asked AWS API Tools “Command Not Found” When Executing from Cron
Jan
11
accepted Turn Off httpd service on MySQL Server? (AWS)
Jan
11
revised Turn Off httpd service on MySQL Server? (AWS)
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