Add images for 12.04

Reported by Māris Fogels on 2012-04-23
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
awstrial
High
Matthew Nuzum

Bug Description

AWSTrial should be updated to support the 12.04 Server LTS release.

Scott Moser (smoser) wrote :

I suspect these images will arrive Tuesday or Wednesday.
I'll paste the AMI ids here.

Ben Howard (utlemming) wrote :

Baring an emergency respin, we will be releaing with the following image ID's. The AWSTrial AWS account has been granted access to the images.

NOTE: Images are private until the official release and the following is _NOT_ an authoritative list. For the official AMI's see http://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/release/precise/release on release day.

ap-northeast-1:
IMAGE ami-60c77761
IMAGE ami-2cc7772d
IMAGE ami-5ec7775f
IMAGE ami-12c77713

ap-southeast-1:
IMAGE ami-a4ca8df6
IMAGE ami-a0ca8df2
IMAGE ami-a6ca8df4
IMAGE ami-88ca8dda

eu-west-1:
IMAGE ami-e1e8d395
IMAGE ami-1de8d369
IMAGE ami-e7e8d393
IMAGE ami-25e8d351

sa-east-1:
IMAGE ami-8cd80691
IMAGE ami-96d8068b
IMAGE ami-92d8068f
IMAGE ami-9cd80681

us-east-1:
IMAGE ami-a29943cb
IMAGE ami-a69943cf
IMAGE ami-3c994355
IMAGE ami-ac9943c5
IMAGE ami-b89842d1

us-west-1:
IMAGE ami-87712ac2
IMAGE ami-e7712aa2
IMAGE ami-85712ac0
IMAGE ami-d5712a90

us-west-2:
IMAGE ami-20800c10
IMAGE ami-38800c08
IMAGE ami-3e800c0e
IMAGE ami-cc870bfc

Scott Moser (smoser) wrote :

Matt, Maris,
  The ami ids that you are after are probably named "ubuntu-precise-12.04-i386-server-20120424".
  ami-12c77713 ap-northeast-1
  ami-88ca8dda ap-southeast-1
  ami-25e8d351 eu-west-1
  ami-b89842d1 us-east-1
  ami-d5712a90 us-west-1
  ami-cc870bfc us-west-2
  ami-9cd80681 sa-east-1

I'm fairly sure that try.cloud.ubuntu.com is using i386 instances and running m1.small instance sizes. A few months ago, amazon started allowing users to run amd64 images on m1.small. Since amd64 is basically a strict superset of functionality, we may want to start using that.

I'd definitely suggest some test before switching, but basically, I would think that to use amd64 images, you could simply just use 'ubuntu-precise-12.04-amd64-server-20120424':

 ami-2cc7772d ap-northeast-1
 ami-a0ca8df2 ap-southeast-1
 ami-1de8d369 eu-west-1
 ami-3c994355 us-east-1
 ami-e7712aa2 us-west-1
 ami-38800c08 us-west-2
 ami-96d8068b sa-east-1

Scott Moser (smoser) wrote :

Matt, Maris,
  The ami ids that you are after are probably named "ubuntu-precise-12.04-i386-server-20120424".
  ami-12c77713 ap-northeast-1
  ami-88ca8dda ap-southeast-1
  ami-25e8d351 eu-west-1
  ami-b89842d1 us-east-1
  ami-d5712a90 us-west-1
  ami-cc870bfc us-west-2
  ami-9cd80681 sa-east-1

I'm fairly sure that try.cloud.ubuntu.com is using i386 instances and running m1.small instance sizes. A few months ago, amazon started allowing users to run amd64 images on m1.small. Since amd64 is basically a strict superset of functionality, we may want to start using that.

I'd definitely suggest some test before switching, but basically, I would think that to use amd64 images, you could simply just use 'ubuntu-precise-12.04-amd64-server-20120424':

 ami-2cc7772d ap-northeast-1
 ami-a0ca8df2 ap-southeast-1
 ami-1de8d369 eu-west-1
 ami-3c994355 us-east-1
 ami-e7712aa2 us-west-1
 ami-38800c08 us-west-2
 ami-96d8068b sa-east-1

I've also just realized that you need to update the AMI-ids for hte oneiric images that are being launched, to address the pending move to S3 mirrors (and fixing apt http pipelining : https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-cloud/2012-April/000752.html )

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