How to copy Bamboo AMI image to another region?

Hi,

I've found the Bamboo AMI images under the US, N. Virginia region, but would like to run my own instances under the EU region.

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/CopyingAMIs.html

The docs say, that I should be able to make a copy of the AMI, but the "Copy AMI" option is disabled in the EC2 console. Could you tell me how can I run your images in the EU region?

I would be interested in the image that's compatible with the current Bamboo Ondemand. I guess it's this one, but I'm not sure (could not find it in your docs) ami-430a452a.

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Try using one of the command line tools (listed on the page you've linked) - maybe they'll give you a helpful error message.

You can look up the AMI ids on image configuration page. I suggest using the Ubuntu AMI. If/when Atlassian starts providing stock AMIs for other regions, Ubuntu AMI will definitely be one of them.

could you provide me recommended AMI ids? Actually, there is some problem with my bamboo ondemand (https://support.atlassian.com/browse/JST-91101), and I was struggling quite a lot by finding any bamboo ami images by simple googling.

(I'd rather teach you to fish ;-) ) - you'll see the AMIs if you switch the region to US East.

thx, copying the AMIs worked fine with from the CLI

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