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The EBS Volumes attached to the EC2 Instance will always have to remain in the same availability zone as the EC2 Instance. Possible reason to this is because of the fact that EBS Volumes are present outside of the host machine and instances have to be connected over the network, if the EBS Volumes are present outside the Availability Zone there can be ...


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Hi this is bit tricky windows is allowed to increase the partition size when the unallocated partition size is adjacent to the about to increase partition eg: c drive has an adjacent unallocated partition If you are using inbuilt windows disk manager you cannot achieve this because you need to have your D drive. You have to use a partitioning tool like ...


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Once the AMI is deleted (available under IMAGES->AMIs) then, the snapshot can be easily deleted. Note: AMI deleted means selecting the 'de-register' option under AMI Actions.


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Have the application write logs to CloudWatch and/or an S3 Bucket periodically and then wipe older logs on your instance so that you don't have to increase EBS size. S3 cant be attached as a volume like you say, but it can be used as a delivery point for your logs externally.


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Yes, you can export EBS volume to S3 bucket and download it. Check this page for more info To export your instance, use the create-instance-export-task command. You must provide the information required to properly export the instance to the selected virtualization format. The exported file is saved in the S3 bucket that you specify. aws ec2 create-...


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