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From Mark Gershman <>
Subject Re: Solr Scale Toolkit Access Denied Error
Date Sat, 07 Jun 2014 00:46:03 GMT
Thanks, Hoss.

I did substitute the previous AMI ID from the mid-May release of the
toolkit and the build process does proceed further; however, it appears the
the AMI changed enough that it is not compatible with the new toolkit
release.  In doing a little more research, I'm inclined to believe that the
permissions on the AMI may be the source of the problem and will post to
the issue tracker per your suggestion.

Mark Gershman

On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 7:41 PM, Chris Hostetter <>

> : My guess is that the customized toolkit AMI (ami-1e6b9d76) at AWS is not
> : accessible by my AWS credentials.  Is this an AMI permissioning issue or
> is
> : it a problem with my particular account or how it is configured at AWS.
>  I
> : did not experience this specific problem when working with the previous
> : iteration of the Solr Scale Toolkit back toward the latter part of May.
>  It
> : appears that the AMI was updated from ami-96779efe to ami-1e6b9d76 with
> the
> : newest version of the toolkit.
> I'm not much of an AWS expert, but i seem to recall that if you don't
> have your AWS security group setup properly this type of error can
> happen? is it possible that when you were trying out solr-scale-tk before
> you had this setup, but now you don't?
> > You'll need to setup a security group named solr-scale-tk (or update the
> > to change the name).
> >
> > At a minimum you should allow TCP traffic to ports: 8983, 8984-8989,
> > SSH, and 2181 (ZooKeeper). However, it is your responsibility to review
> > the security configuration of your cluster and lock it down
> appropriately.
> >
> > You'll also need to create an keypair (using the Amazon console) named
> > solr-scale-tk (you can rename the key used by the framework, see:
> > AWS_KEY_NAME). After downloading the keypair file (solr-scale-tk.pem),
> > save it to ~/.ssh/ and change permissions: chmod 600
> > ~/.ssh/solr-scale-tk.pem
> ...if I'm wrong, and there really is a problem with the security on the
> AMI, the best place to report that would be in the project's issue
> tracker...
> -Hoss

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