搜索

5.2.  Uploading an AMI image to AWS

download PDF
This section describes how to upload an AMI image to AWS.

Prerequisites

  • Your system must be set up for uploading AWS images.
  • You must have an AWS image created by Image Builder. Use the ami output type in CLI or Amazon Machine Image Disk (.ami) in GUI when creating the image.

Procedure

1. Push the image to S3:
$ $ AMI=8db1b463-91ee-4fd9-8065-938924398428-disk.ami
$  aws s3 cp $AMI s3://$BUCKET Completed 24.2 MiB/4.4 GiB (2.5 MiB/s) with 1 file(s) remaining ...
2. After the upload to S3 ends, import the image as a snapshot into EC2:
$ A printf '{ "Description": "my-image", "Format": "raw", "UserBucket": { "S3Bucket": "%s", "S3Key": "%s" } }' $BUCKET $AMI > containers.json
$ aws ec2 import-snapshot  disk-container file://containers.json
Replace my-image with the name of the image.
To track progress of the import, run:
$ aws ec2 describe-import-snapshot-tasks --filters Name=task-state,Values=active
3. Create an image from the uploaded snapshot by selecting the snapshot in the EC2 console, right clicking on it and selecting Create Image:

图 5.1. Create Image

Create Image
4. Select the Virtualization type of Hardware-assisted virtualization in the image you create:

图 5.2. Virtualization type

Virtualization type
5. Now you can run an instance using whatever mechanism you like (CLI or AWS Console) from the snapshot. Use your private key via SSH to access the resulting EC2 instance. Log in as ec2-user.
Red Hat logoGithubRedditYoutubeTwitter

学习

尝试、购买和销售

社区

关于红帽文档

通过我们的产品和服务,以及可以信赖的内容,帮助红帽用户创新并实现他们的目标。

让开源更具包容性

红帽致力于替换我们的代码、文档和 Web 属性中存在问题的语言。欲了解更多详情,请参阅红帽博客.

關於紅帽

我们提供强化的解决方案,使企业能够更轻松地跨平台和环境(从核心数据中心到网络边缘)工作。

© 2024 Red Hat, Inc.