I noticed the lopsided disk allocation (2Gb to /, 414GB to each of
/mnt and /data) is still present in the Amazon EC2 64-bit image. My
personal bootstrapping script already (because of Fedora 14) does a
bunch of mv, rsync and ln commands to compensate, but I was hoping
this Fedora 15 release would have a more balanced disk allocation. Is
there some bug tracking system that I should have used, in addition to
mentioning it on this list? I'll certainly report an issue if it
might mean that Fedora 16 has a more balanced allocation.
On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 8:54 AM, István <leccine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
One more question, did you fix the missing man pages bug?
Thank you in advance,
On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 9:23 AM, Unknow <unknow(a)goyman.com> wrote:
> Thanks for this information, and for updating the page.
> I see these test images are in the us-east-1 availability zone. When you
> say EBS-backed images will be available soon, are you talking about all
> availability zones or only us-east-1?
> I ask this because I'm waiting for images in the eu-west-1 availability
> zone for my server.
> Best Regards.
> On Jun 6, 2011, at 6:58 PM, Justin M. Forbes wrote:
> > On Mon, Jun 06, 2011 at 11:12:25AM +0200, Unknow wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I've been using the Fedora 14 EC2 images since their release. I now
> >> look forward to upgrading my servers since Fedora 15 has come out, but I
> >> cannot find any information about the EC2 images.
> >> The EC2 Images page on the Fedora website lists only Fedora 14 images.
> >> The Cloud SIG page already contains information about Fedora 16 plans, but
> >> little to no information about Fedora 15. All I know is that there was a
> >> test day.
> >> Is there a release date for these images? Where can I find more
> >> information?
> > There are currently some test images available:
> > 32bit ami-1a1ee773
> > 64bit ami-7a1ee713
> > EBS backed versions of these should be available within the next 24
> > hours.
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> > Justin M. Forbes
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