A problem to set-up the Elastic bamboo in jira-studio

To Jira-supporter,

I have a problem to set-up the Elastic bamboo in jira-studio. I used the default AMI.

Large - Fedora 8(default)

ami-395a8550

No EBS

Large

Default (chosen by EC2)

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When I start this AMI, it fails.

Elastic Bamboo Error: EC2 Instance failed to start: EC2 instance order failed.

(com.xerox.amazonws.ec2.EC2Exception : Client error : The requested instance type's architecture (x86_64) does not match the architecture in the manifest for ami-395a8550 (i386))

(07 May 2012, 10:26:00 AM, Occurrences: 6 )

View error details Clear error from log

May 4, 2012 5:41:16 PM Elastic instance transitioned from STARTING to FAILED_TO_START.

May 4, 2012 5:41:16 PM Detected that the elastic instance has stopped.

May 4, 2012 5:49:20 PM Requested that new elastic instance be created for configuration: Large - Fedora 8

May 4, 2012 5:49:20 PM Elastic instance transitioned from STARTING to FAILED_TO_START.

May 4, 2012 5:49:20 PM Detected that the elastic instance has stopped.

May 4, 2012 5:57:05 PM Currently there are no agents that can build TC-TCTEST-JOB1-1 available. New elastic instance that can build it will be started (providing the configuration allows it).

May 4, 2012 5:57:05 PM 1 elastic instance(s) will be started for those builds that cannot be build on currently connected agents.

May 4, 2012 5:57:06 PM Requested that new elastic instance be created for configuration: Large - Fedora 8

May 4, 2012 5:57:06 PM Elastic instance transitioned from STARTING to FAILED_TO_START.

May 4, 2012 5:57:06 PM Detected that the elastic instance has stopped.

I tested the other AMI(ami-78b15411) just for the test. It works very well. But this AMI is useless because it hasn’t Bamboo.

I guess it is a kind of configuration bug and I think that only you can solve the problem.

I.K. Lim/CTO

UDP Technology, Ltd.

4 answers

The default AMI provided with Bamboo is intended for a 32-bit VM, and it looks like you have tried to create a 64-bit instance.

Do you actually require a 64-bit architecture? If so, your only option will be to create a custom image, and install the elastic agent on that yourself.

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In your image configuration, you need to choose an instances type that provides sufficient resources for your build and supports 32bit images. Large instance is 64bit only.

I don't require a 64-bit architecure. Could you tell me how to select a 32-bit instance in Elastic Bamboo configuration. I think the default Image(Larg-Fedora8) provided by attlassian is 64bit.

Manage Elastic Image Configurations › Large - Fedora 8 (default)

Elastic Image Configuration

<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">Name</label>Large - Fedora 8
A Fedora 8 64bit elastic image configuration with 7.5GB RAM and 4 EC2 compute units
<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">AMI ID</label>ami-395a8550
<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">EBS Snapshot ID</label>No EBS
<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">Instance Type</label>Large
<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">Availability Zone Preference</label>Default (chosen by EC2)
<label style="color: #505050; float: left; display: block; left: -140px; line-height: 1; margin-right: -130px; padding-top: 4px; position: relative; width: 130px; text-align: right;">Active Instances</label>0

Thank you for your help. I solve the problem ^^.

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