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Geek under construction, Google fanboy, passionate learner, startup lover, business and tech savya, social media addict, biker, musician, extrovert, realistic, seminal, approachable.


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comment node's FQDN is missing in chef
The chef client runs successfully but returns no data regarding FQDN
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comment unable to bootstrap ec2 ubuntu instance
Now I am getting different issue which says key doesn't exists... I am trying to fix since a very long time, I am facing this issue only is ap-southeast-1 region when I try to create a node in US its working fine. Can you help me please???? @Tim Potter
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comment unable to bootstrap ec2 ubuntu instance
Just now I used this ami id ami-7881cc2a but still getting the same error. Here is the command I ran knife ec2 server create -x ubuntu --region ap-southeast-1 -image ami-7881cc2a --identity-file /home/user/key.pem --ebs-size 8 -G default -r 'recipe[apt],recipe[apache2],recipe[ntp],recipe[ruby]'
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comment unable to bootstrap ec2 ubuntu instance
I am using the different ami id which is available in ap-southeast-1 region but still I am getting the same error