Bamboo elastic image abandonned

I have changed the instance type of the bamboo image from M1 Old General Purpose Large to T2 Burstable Performance Medium for the image Ubuntu: EBS x86_64 (Ubuntu)

I have created a EBS volume and attached it in the configuration. This causes bamboo to keep failing when trying to start an elastic image.

I get this error, over and over again:

Jan 16, 2015 9:25:59 AM Currently there are no agents that can build: MYBUILD-JOB1. New elastic instance(s) will be started (providing the configuration allows it).
Jan 16, 2015 9:25:59 AM 1 elastic instance(s) will be started for those builds that cannot be build on currently connected agents.
Jan 16, 2015 9:25:59 AM Requested that new elastic instance be created for configuration: EBS x86_64 (Ubuntu) / ami-5be8f232
Jan 16, 2015 9:25:59 AM Detected that a pending instance request for image [EBS x86_64 (Ubuntu)], ami: ami-5be8f232 has been abandoned.

Does anyone know how I should go about and debug this?

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We currently do not provide images with HVM virtualisation, which T2 instances require. You'd have to create a custom image if you want to use them.

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What is a valid upgrade then for the 'M1 Old General Purpose Large'

M3 (medium/large): M3 instances provide better, more consistent performance than M1 instances for most use-cases. M3 instances also offer SSD-backed instance storage that delivers higher I/O performance. M3 instances are also less expensive than M1 instances. Due to these reasons, we recommend M3 for applications that require general purpose instances with a balance of compute, memory, and network resources.

I could not anwser since I had 3 posts in 24h's. I created a new account and posted my question in a different thread

thanks for you answer. EBS instances don't work, but without it works.

The latency is very very bad. Any idea why is that? I thought it was the old images. downloading dependencies from maven takes 4 minutes for a small dependency

Hard to say. Are you downloading from central?

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