On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 10:09:00AM -0600, Nathan Maves wrote:
> Anyone throw one of these together yet? I think it would be a great starting
> point for people.
Yup, ami-906087f9. It's 3.1.8 on Hardy. If other people find this
helpful, we can create more and keep them updated. I'm not sure yet if
EC2 users prefer building their own or starting from an AMI. The
advantage of building your own is that you can preload the applications
and other packages that you need. With a prebuilt AMI, you have to
upload what you need and/or use a userdata boot script every time you
start a new instance.
For those that haven't seen it, here's my blog post on building the AMIs
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