Recreating a bosh vm without losing the data and starting to a new aws vm


Oded Gold
 

Hi all

I got an email from AWS saying that one of the instances I am using is depreciated and going to be terminate, When I tired to do a redeploy it does not change the aws instance.
How can I run a deployment that also creates a new aws VM so that when AWS shuts it down I will not lose everything.

The name of the bosh vm is backend/0

I am still very knew to bosh

Thank you


Geoff Franks <geoff@...>
 

Take a look at 'bosh recreate <job> <index>' or 'bosh deploy --recreate'. They should do the trick. Just make sure the data you care about is on persistent storage first ;)

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On Dec 9, 2015, at 7:58 AM, Oded Gold <oded(a)nurego.com> wrote:

Hi all

I got an email from AWS saying that one of the instances I am using is depreciated and going to be terminate, When I tired to do a redeploy it does not change the aws instance.
How can I run a deployment that also creates a new aws VM so that when AWS shuts it down I will not lose everything.

The name of the bosh vm is backend/0

I am still very knew to bosh

Thank you


Oded Gold
 

Thanks you :)