Can anyone give me some pointers arround using this feature with Windows images. All of the docuemtation I can find refers to linux (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Configuring+elastic+instances+to+use+the+EBS)
Specifically I'd like to checkout my svn repo to an EBS snapshot and have that mounted and used by Bamboo to prevent having to do a full checkout each time.
Ok. Do you have any docuemtation on how to achive what you suggest?
I wish the documentation could make a better distinction between windows and linux for bamboo. It always reads as though Windows was an afterthought.
Also a better distinction between OnDemand and Download would help.
Could you please point to some instructions or explain how to get a Windows instance to properly attach an EBS? I followed the instructions here to create a snapshot (which appears to only "work" on linux) and then attached it to the default Windows instance, started it up and couldn't "see" my attached volume. There was a "D" drive of the correct size as my volume, but Windows could not see any of the files I had uploaded to it.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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