AWS Ami Are Out Of Date / Support Restricted Instance Subset

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Hi all,

the current AWS Marketplace CentOS7 AMIs (1602) are restricted to an outdated subset of EC2 instance types (at least m4.16xlarge and x1.*
are missing). The AMIs are also based on 7.2.1511, which is now quite outdated.

Are there any concrete plans to update the AMIs? Is this due to a lack of time, or are there other roadblocks that prevent an update?

Cheers,

Kad

2 thoughts on - AWS Ami Are Out Of Date / Support Restricted Instance Subset

  • You can always build your own, no?

    (Sent from iPhone, so please accept my apologies in advance for any spelling or grammatical errors.)

  • I can, but that does not address the issue that baseline AMIs provided by CentOS are currently outdated.

    Happy to help out if this is simply due to missing manpower required to test.

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