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# amazon-ec2 Manage Amazon EC2 instances. This role is intended to be called before any other role to setup and start EC2 instances. ## Dependencies You should first ensure that you have `python-boto` package installed on your machine and an Amazon security access key pair created for your account. ## Tasks By default, this role does nothing (no `main.yml` file). * `setup.yml`: create a security group and ssh keys * `create-instance.yml`: create new EC2 instances * `post-install.yml`: remove admin user created on Debian instances ## Variables - `aws_access_key` and `aws_secret_key`: your AWS credentials - `aws_region`: where to create instances. Default: ca-central-1 - `ec2_public_ip`: assign public elastic IP address. Default: False - `ec2_instance_count`: how many instance to launch. Default: 1 - `ec2_security_group: EC2 security group to use. See ec2_evolinux_security_group in `defaults/main.yml` to define your own. Default: ec2_evolinux_security_group - `ec2_base_ami`: EC2 image to use. Default is to use Debian official ones, depending on the region - `ec2_instance_type`: EC2 instance type to use - `ssh_pubkey_file`: SSH public key file to push to AWS. Do not try to put your ED25519 key here, AWS does not support it. Default: ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub - `ec2_keyname: a name to give to your public key on AWS. Default is to use $USER environment variable. ## Examples In your main evolinux playbook put this play before Evolinux one: ``` --- - name: Prepare Amazon EC2 instance hosts: localhost gather_facts: False vars: aws_access_key: aws_secret_key: # Any other variable you want to set. tasks: - include_role: name: evolix/amazon-ec2 tasks_from: create-instance.yml ``` See amazon-ec2-evolinux.yml for an almost ready-to-use playbook to set up Amazon EC2 instances running Evolinux.