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0016131CentOS-7Cloud-Imagespublic2019-08-14 18:54
Reportersoto330 
PriorityhighSeverityblockReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0016131: CentOS7 AWS Marketplace AMI only supports some of the x1e class of instances.
DescriptionWhen attempting to spin up an x1e.xlarge in US-EAST-1 (N. Virginia) with the Centos Image listed here: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00O7WM7QW?qid=1559154080727&sr=0-1&ref_=srh_res_product_title you will be presented with an error.
Steps To ReproduceOption A)
1) goto https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00O7WM7QW?qid=1559154080727&sr=0-1&ref_=srh_res_product_title
2) view instances that this instance can be spun up on

Option B)
1) Find an existing AMI that is CentOS7 set instance type to x1e.xlarge
2) walk through tags,security groups etc
3) attempt to spin up the instance.
Additional InformationAfter speaking with AWS the cause is because the AMI provider has not included as instance type the AMI can be spin up on
TagsAmazon, AMI
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soto330

soto330

2019-05-30 17:15

reporter  

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soto330

soto330

2019-06-03 19:39

reporter   ~0034589

@lpancescu is there any additional information i can provide to help expedite this issue?

best regards
soto330

soto330

2019-06-05 13:03

reporter   ~0034604

all x1e instance types:

x1e.xlarge
x1e.2xlarge
x1e.4xlarge
x1e.8xlarge
x1e.16xlarge
x1e.32xlarge

centos 7 can not be spun up on any of these instance types.
soto330

soto330

2019-06-07 18:16

reporter   ~0034616

this is an issue in all regions for CentOS 7 Product Code: aw0evgkw8e5c1q413zgy5pjce
davdunc

davdunc

2019-06-27 03:06

reporter   ~0034742

Hi. This is something I can act on now if there is no technical blocker. CentOS 7 has supported the ENA requirements since 7.1804. Enabling the instance types is something I can do with the AWS Marketplace team.
soto330

soto330

2019-06-27 13:51

reporter   ~0034746

@davdunc that would be really appreciated if you can.
TrevorH

TrevorH

2019-06-27 14:00

manager   ~0034747

Is there any way to mark these images as being applicable for all types of x86_64 instances so that they can be used with any, even things that don't currently exist?
soto330

soto330

2019-07-02 13:32

reporter   ~0034762

@davdunc If it would help moving this case along while meeting @TrevorH request also the following are the remaining instance types that are still locked (and are on x86_64 arch)


I3en Instance Type

This instance family provides dense Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSD instance storage optimized for low latency, high random I/O performance, high sequential disk throughput, and offers the lowest price per GB of SSD instance storage on Amazon EC2.

Features:

    Up to 60 TB of NVMe SSD instance storage
    Up to 100 Gbps of network bandwidth using Elastic Network Adapter (ENA)-based Enhanced Networking
    High random I/O performance and high sequential disk throughput
    Up to 3.1 GHz Intel® Xeon® Scalable (Skylake) processors with new Intel Advanced Vector Extension (AVX-512) instruction set
    Powered by the AWS Nitro System, a combination of dedicated hardware and lightweight hypervisor

i3en.large
i3en.xlarge
i3en.2xlarge
i3en.3xlarge
i3en.6xlarge
i3en.12xlarge
i3en.24xlarge


h1 instance type

H1 instances feature up to 16 TB of HDD-based local storage, deliver high disk throughput, and a balance of compute and memory.

Features:

    Powered by 2.3 GHz Intel® Xeon® E5 2686 v4 processors (codenamed Broadwell)
    Up to 16TB of HDD storage
    High disk throughput
    ENA enabled Enhanced Networking up to 25 Gbps

h1.2xlarge
h1.4xlarge
h1.8xlarge
h1.16xlarge


x1e instance type <-- - as mentioned above

some r5 instance type

R5 instances deliver 5% additional memory per vCPU than R4 and the largest size provides 768 GiB of memory. In addition, R5 instances deliver a 10% price per GiB improvement and a ~20% increased CPU performance over R4.

Features:

    Up to 3.1 GHz Intel Xeon® Platinum 8175 processors with new Intel Advanced Vector Extension (AVX-512) instruction set
    Up to 768 GiB of memory per instance
    Powered by the AWS Nitro System, a combination of dedicated hardware and lightweight hypervisor
    With R5d instances, local NVMe-based SSDs are physically connected to the host server and provide block-level storage that is coupled to the lifetime of the R5 instance
    New 8xlarge and 16xlarge sizes now available.

r5.metal
r5.16xlarge
r5.8xlarge

some r5d instance type

The R5d instances share their specs with the R5 instances, and also include up to to 3.6 TB of local NVMe storage.

r5d.metal
r5d.24xlarge
r5d.16xlarge
r5d.8xlarge

some r5a instance types

r5a.16xlarge
r5a.8xlarge

a p3 instance

P3 instances are the latest generation of general purpose GPU instances.

Features:

    Up to 8 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs, each pairing 5,120 CUDA Cores and 640 Tensor Cores
    High frequency Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4 (Broadwell) processors for p3.2xlarge, p3.8xlarge, and p3.16xlarge.
    High frequency 2.5 GHz (base) Intel Xeon P-8175M processors for p3dn.24xlarge.
    Supports NVLink for peer-to-peer GPU communication
    Provides up to 100 Gbps of aggregate network bandwidth within a Placement Group.

p3dn.24xlarge




a couple c5 instance type

C5 instances are optimized for compute-intensive workloads and deliver cost-effective high performance at a low price per compute ratio.

Features:

    C5 instances offer a choice of processors based on the size of the instance.

    New c5.12xl, c5.24xl, and c5.metal instances feature custom 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors (Cascade Lake) with a sustained all core Turbo frequency of 3.6GHz and single core turbo frequency of up to 3.9GHz.

    Other C5 instance sizes will launch on the 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors (Cascade Lake) or 1st generation Intel Xeon Platinum 8000 series (Skylake-SP) processor with a sustained all core Turbo frequency of up to 3.4GHz, and single core turbo frequency of up to 3.5 GHz.

    New larger instance size, c5.24xlarge, offers 96 vCPUs and 192 GiB of memory

    Requires HVM AMIs that include drivers for ENA and NVMe

    With C5d instances, local NVMe-based SSDs are physically connected to the host server and provide block-level storage that is coupled to the lifetime of the C5 instance

    Elastic Network Adapter (ENA) provides C5 instances with up to 25 Gbps of network bandwidth and up to 14 Gbps of dedicated bandwidth to Amazon EBS.


c5.metal
c5.24xlarge
c5.12xlarge



a couple of m5 instance type

M5 instances are the latest generation of General Purpose Instances. This family provides a balance of compute, memory, and network resources, and is a good choice for many applications.

Features:

    Up to 3.1 GHz Intel Xeon® Platinum 8175 processors with new Intel Advanced Vector Extension (AVX-512) instruction set
    New larger instance size, m5.24xlarge, offering 96 vCPUs and 384 GiB of memory
    Up to 25 Gbps network bandwidth using Enhanced Networking
    Requires HVM AMIs that include drivers for ENA and NVMe
    Powered by the AWS Nitro System, a combination of dedicated hardware and lightweight hypervisor
    Instance storage offered via EBS or NVMe SSDs that are physically attached to the host server
    With M5d instances, local NVMe-based SSDs are physically connected to the host server and provide block-level storage that is coupled to the lifetime of the M5 instance
    New 8xlarge and 16xlarge sizes now available.

m5.metal
m5.16xlarge
m5.8xlarge


a couple m5d instances (same as m5 but include nvme)

m5d.metal
m5d.16xlarge
m5d.8xlarge



a couple of m5a instance type

M5a instances are the latest generation of General Purpose Instances. This family provides a balance of compute, memory, and network resources, and is a good choice for many applications.

Features:

    AMD EPYC 7000 series processors with an all core turbo clock speed of 2.5 GHz
    New larger instance size, m5.24xlarge, offering 96 vCPUs and 384 GiB of memory
    Up to 20 Gbps network bandwidth using Enhanced Networking
    Requires HVM AMIs that include drivers for ENA and NVMe
    Powered by the AWS Nitro System, a combination of dedicated hardware and lightweight hypervisor
    Instance storage offered via EBS or NVMe SSDs that are physically attached to the host server
    With M5ad instances, local NVMe-based SSDs are physically connected to the host server and provide block-level storage that is coupled to the lifetime of the M5a instance
    New 8xlarge and 16xlarge sizes now available


m5a.16xlarge
m5a.8xlarge
soto330

soto330

2019-07-24 14:16

reporter   ~0034873

@davdunc ,

Is there anything additionally you would need from me to put in the change?
kbsingh@karan.org

kbsingh@karan.org

2019-08-12 10:06

administrator   ~0034946

let me look into this shortly
soto330

soto330

2019-08-14 18:54

reporter   ~0034973

@kbsingh@karan.org I just checked today. The x1e and other types are now available. Thank you!

Issue History

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2019-05-30 17:15 soto330 New Issue
2019-05-30 17:15 soto330 File Added: Selection_500.jpg
2019-05-30 17:15 soto330 Tag Attached: Amazon
2019-05-30 17:15 soto330 Tag Attached: AMI
2019-06-03 19:39 soto330 Note Added: 0034589
2019-06-05 13:03 soto330 Note Added: 0034604
2019-06-07 18:16 soto330 Note Added: 0034616
2019-06-27 03:06 davdunc Note Added: 0034742
2019-06-27 13:51 soto330 Note Added: 0034746
2019-06-27 14:00 TrevorH Note Added: 0034747
2019-07-02 13:32 soto330 Note Added: 0034762
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2019-08-12 10:06 kbsingh@karan.org Note Added: 0034946
2019-08-14 18:54 soto330 Note Added: 0034973