Cloudlaunch on the main public instance is fully supported and should work fine
-- I use it regularly for launching instances without issue.
There was a brief EC2 API outage yesterday (on the Amazon end) that caused
intermittent errors to all users of the API (including cloudlaunch), but that
should be resolved now.
Creating security groups and selecting (or creating, if necessary) an access
key should be possible -- since it's not even getting that far I'm wondering if
What browser are you using, and do you see any errors?
On Jan 17, 2013, at 5:11 PM, Matthew Shirley <mshir...@jhmi.edu> wrote:
> I've searched the list to see if anyone specifically mentions not being able
> to use the "cloud launch" feature on the main public instance, but no one
> seems to address it. I have no trouble launching Galaxy-cloudman using an AMI
> and pasting in my own user data. However, I can't successfully use the cloud
> launch page to do the same. I've tried letting it create a new security group
> as well as using a pre-existing security group. Also, I've then deleted all
> security groups to see if it would create one, which it did not. Similarly, I
> tried creating a new access key pair, with no further success. I make it
> through the process of entering the key ID and secret key, it pulls existing
> security group information into the drop-down selector, and I give a cluster
> name and password and submit the form. Then it just stalls forever. No new
> security groups and no EC2 instances launched. What is the state of this
> tool? Thanks.
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