Also check if there is a resource limit imposed by AWS. If you are bumping
into that, a simple request can get the limit raised for a particular
availability zone.

On Sep 20, 2016 16:55, "Julian Elischer" <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote:

> On 20/09/2016 4:50 PM, Colin Percival wrote:
>
>> On 09/20/16 16:33, Julian Elischer wrote:
>>
>>> Is there a maximum number of block devices supported for an AMI type
>>> installation?
>>>
>> Does "AMI type installation" mean EC2?
>>
> yes
>
>>
>> Our tests a while back showed a limit of 14.
>>>
>>> Has that changed in 10.3?
>>>
>>> If not is it an artificial limit we can get past by simply recompiling
>>> something?
>>>
>> There was a bug a while back which resulted in high-numbered xbd
>> devices not showing up; I fixed that three years ago in r255051,
>> shortly before stable/10 branched.
>>
> that may be what we were seeing.
> I'll know in a few days.
>
>
>>
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