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It's 2019 and I still couldn't find any documentation for Beanstalk Platform Hooks regarding .NET apps. I ended up doing something similar to your solution. Create a config file in .ebextensions folder. Create a script file that I want to run (either save it in the code, or define/retrieve it as part of the config file in Step 1) Inside this config file, ...


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EC2 instances and EBS volumes do not have any backup mechanism other than the snapshots made by and visible to you in the console or via the SDK/CLI/API. There is no system-provided rollback/flashback or similar emergency functionality in EC2/EBS. The one thing to check is the source AMI used to create the machines. If it still exists, you might get lucky ...


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I did finally figure this out. Open ports 80 and 443 for your ec2 instance using your security group. First identify which security group your ec2 instance is in. In your ec2 dashboard if you select your ec2 instance, you will be able to see what security group it is in in that same row, you may have to scroll to the right to see it. Go to the security ...


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Yes, using the instance's Elastic IP as a DNS A record is exactly the cause of the problem. The DNS record needs to point directly to the load balancer.


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Many, many things built for RHEL also require EPEL, but EPEL 8 is not yet available. One of those things is mock, a package which orchestrates building RPM packages for distribution, which is itself in EPEL, and which doesn't yet have a usable configuration for RHEL 8. It is probably going to be several months before this is resolved, and EPEL and mock are ...


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With netstat you will only ever see the ALB/ELB addresses. To get the client addresses you can either: Enable Access Logs on your load balancer: Access Logs for Your Application Load Balancer (ALB) Access Logs for Your Classic Load Balancer (ELB) Or inspect and log the HTTP Header X-Forwarded-For on your instance. This header contains the original client ...


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Pretty much all dates and times in AWS are in UTC Timezone. That’s quite annoying for us in those parts of the world that switch from standard to daylight saving (DST) time and back every half a year as the offset from UTC changes. You can try to specify a timezone in your timestamp as 2019-01-17T01:00:00+12:00 which may or may not work but it won’t help ...


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