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= Debian Buster on Amazon EC2 =

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'''SSH username'''

SSH to Debian instances as user '''admin''' using your SSH key, and then '''sudo -i''' to gain root access.
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== Status ==

The initial publication of official Debian 10 (buster) AMIs for Amazon EC2 took place on 9 September, 2019. The AMIs are available for both arm64 and amd64 (x86_64) instance types in all public regions except those in in China. China and US !GovCloud regional availability is planned for the future.

The AMIs are owned by AWS account ID `136693071363`. Note that the is a different account than the one that publishes the [[Cloud/AmazonEC2Image/Stretch|stretch]] AMIs.

The AMI names are:

 * arm64: debian-10-arm64-20190909-10
 * amd64: debian-10-amd64-20190909-10

The region-specific AMI IDs are:

<<Anchor(ami_details)>>
|| '''Region''' || '''ARM64 AMI ID''' || '''AMD64 AMI ID''' ||
|| `ap-east-1` || `ami-fcd3a88d` || `ami-b7d0abc6` ||
|| `ap-northeast-1` || `ami-0350a3287241ebcb7` || `ami-01f4f0c9374675b99` ||
|| `ap-northeast-2` || `ami-08f9ef082a2e720d0` || `ami-0855cb0c55370c38c` ||
|| `ap-south-1` || `ami-06fdce9b6062ab212` || `ami-00d7d1cbdcb087cf3` ||
|| `ap-southeast-1` || `ami-0520df42ade453945` || `ami-03779b1b2fbb3a9d4` ||
|| `ap-southeast-2` || `ami-03e77734cac4bffb5` || `ami-0ce3a7c68c6b1678d` ||
|| `ca-central-1` || `ami-0f1c03afc121eb97f` || `ami-037099906a22f210f` ||
|| `eu-central-1` || `ami-009724fa737d6ea3d` || `ami-0845c3902a6f2af32` ||
|| `eu-north-1` || `ami-5b34bf25` || `ami-e634bf98` ||
|| `eu-west-1` || `ami-02c7a0019d08aa84a` || `ami-06a53bf81914447b5` ||
|| `eu-west-2` || `ami-0fb91bbf8e898540d` || `ami-053d9f0770cd2e34c` ||
|| `eu-west-3` || `ami-0ef929899106658c3` || `ami-060bf1f444f742af9` ||
|| `me-south-1` || `ami-056123fb44cf59cf3` || `ami-04a9a536105c72d30` ||
|| `sa-east-1` || `ami-0b62642428047d79b` || `ami-0a5fd18ed0b9c7f35` ||
|| `us-east-1` || `ami-019d3020c2a423965` || `ami-01db78123b2b99496` ||
|| `us-east-2` || `ami-09fb03e8e63b2edb5` || `ami-010ffea14ff17ebf5` ||
|| `us-west-1` || `ami-0a6799879af543a86` || `ami-0ed1af421f2a3cf40` ||
|| `us-west-2` || `ami-0c1862db669529880` || `ami-030a304a76b181155` ||

These images are not yet available on the AWS Marketplace, but that is planned.

== Image notes ==

 * '''HVM images only''' - current generation EC2 instances all support HVM virtualisation.
 * '''64-bit images only''' - current generation EC2 instances all support 64 bit; if you require 32 bit, please look at Multiarch
 * '''SR-IOV networking''' - Enhanced Networking (ENI)
 * '''ENA networking''' - Elastic Network Adapter
 * '''Multiple ENI support''' - DHCP client is configured to support the number of network interfaces the instance supports (up to 8), hot plugged with udev
 * '''AWS CLI''' is installed by default
 * '''Python-boto''' is installed by default

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See also [[Cloud]] and [[Teams/Cloud]].

Debian Buster on Amazon EC2

SSH username

SSH to Debian instances as user admin using your SSH key, and then sudo -i to gain root access.

Status

The initial publication of official Debian 10 (buster) AMIs for Amazon EC2 took place on 9 September, 2019. The AMIs are available for both arm64 and amd64 (x86_64) instance types in all public regions except those in in China. China and US GovCloud regional availability is planned for the future.

The AMIs are owned by AWS account ID 136693071363. Note that the is a different account than the one that publishes the stretch AMIs.

The AMI names are:

  • arm64: debian-10-arm64-20190909-10
  • amd64: debian-10-amd64-20190909-10

The region-specific AMI IDs are:

Region

ARM64 AMI ID

AMD64 AMI ID

ap-east-1

ami-fcd3a88d

ami-b7d0abc6

ap-northeast-1

ami-0350a3287241ebcb7

ami-01f4f0c9374675b99

ap-northeast-2

ami-08f9ef082a2e720d0

ami-0855cb0c55370c38c

ap-south-1

ami-06fdce9b6062ab212

ami-00d7d1cbdcb087cf3

ap-southeast-1

ami-0520df42ade453945

ami-03779b1b2fbb3a9d4

ap-southeast-2

ami-03e77734cac4bffb5

ami-0ce3a7c68c6b1678d

ca-central-1

ami-0f1c03afc121eb97f

ami-037099906a22f210f

eu-central-1

ami-009724fa737d6ea3d

ami-0845c3902a6f2af32

eu-north-1

ami-5b34bf25

ami-e634bf98

eu-west-1

ami-02c7a0019d08aa84a

ami-06a53bf81914447b5

eu-west-2

ami-0fb91bbf8e898540d

ami-053d9f0770cd2e34c

eu-west-3

ami-0ef929899106658c3

ami-060bf1f444f742af9

me-south-1

ami-056123fb44cf59cf3

ami-04a9a536105c72d30

sa-east-1

ami-0b62642428047d79b

ami-0a5fd18ed0b9c7f35

us-east-1

ami-019d3020c2a423965

ami-01db78123b2b99496

us-east-2

ami-09fb03e8e63b2edb5

ami-010ffea14ff17ebf5

us-west-1

ami-0a6799879af543a86

ami-0ed1af421f2a3cf40

us-west-2

ami-0c1862db669529880

ami-030a304a76b181155

These images are not yet available on the AWS Marketplace, but that is planned.

Image notes

  • HVM images only - current generation EC2 instances all support HVM virtualisation.

  • 64-bit images only - current generation EC2 instances all support 64 bit; if you require 32 bit, please look at Multiarch

  • SR-IOV networking - Enhanced Networking (ENI)

  • ENA networking - Elastic Network Adapter

  • Multiple ENI support - DHCP client is configured to support the number of network interfaces the instance supports (up to 8), hot plugged with udev

  • AWS CLI is installed by default

  • Python-boto is installed by default


See also Cloud and Teams/Cloud.