Elastic agent randomly fails to start

Our elastic agent somtimes fails to start. The instance itself comes up without problems. We're using spot instances and

After logging in, I find several log files in /tmp (testIfStartedFromBamboo.log, setupEphemeralStorageStructure.log, setupEbsSnapshot.log, BambooStartupLog.log, checkElasticAgent.log - in order of last modification) without any ovious errors.

I suspect it might have something to do with the Elastic IP we use (`ec2-associate-address` in /mnt/bamboo-ebs/bin/customise-extras.sh). I think Elastic IPs should be supported. Is this the correct way to use them?

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Elastic IPs tend to interfere with agent startup. We are aware of this and we are planning to include a fix in one of the future releases.

This mostly applies to assigning EIPs while the agent is running. Customise-extras - or instance setup script - _should_ be OK. Could you try adding a sleep 60 after association?

Ok. I'll let you know if it happens again. Thanks!

I used 15s sleep but that didn't fix the problem. I'll try your suggestion of 60s now.

nope, 60s doesn't fix it either, still hanging

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