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Specific Auto-Scaling group Cloudformation AWS

I have an auto scaling group in AWS so i can change stack size of instances created by CF.
However when i want to reduce the stack it will terminate random instances in the stack. 99 more words

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Enabling Auto Scale to Handle Spikes and Throughs URL (Lab: 9 DINOSTORE)

Here in our project, we are scaling our dinostore application. Autoscaling is done when the server cannot withstand the traffic so for that the autoscaling feature will automatically create multiple servers according to the demand and the load on the server. 171 more words

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What happens if I disable AZRebalance and an AZ becomes unhealthy?

Curious about this quote:

If you suspend AZRebalance and a scale out or scale in event occurs,
the scaling process still tries to balance the Availability Zones.

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Using Toil to run Cactus, a Full-Genome Alignment with Autoscaling on AWS

This workflow was tested and run using Toil 3.12.0.

Before proceeding, please follow the steps in the Toil Autoscaling with AWS Tutorial necessary for the initial setup of a toil leader node. 326 more words

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Debugging a Toil Mesos Leader Node that was launched through AWS

If you’ve launched a toil cluster and it is continuously trying to connect, here are some helpful debugging steps:

Copy the public ip of the machine launched (in other words, the mesos leader node; you should be able to see this in EC2). 59 more words

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Toil Resources

This lists some resources for running toil. Specifically a list of coreOS AMIs and the toil/mesos docker image repo on quay.io.

coreOS AMIs

Premade coreOS AMIs for Toil’s autoscaling instances (which run a mesos docker image on coreOS)*: 152 more words

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How do I create a scaling step with a null lower bound of -infinity?

I reading scaling policy doc

There are a few rules for the step adjustments for your policy:

The ranges of your step adjustments can’t overlap or have a gap.

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