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The Debian 10 (buster) images are available on the [[https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/seller-profile?id=4d4d4e5f-c474-49f2-8b18-94de9d43e2c0|AWS Marketplace]], or see below for the regional AMI IDs. The Marketplace page also includes listings for the Debian 10 images with the backports kernel, as well as Debian 11. All images are supported for both amd64 (x86_64) and arm64 instance types.
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 * '''2022-09-11''' Debian 10.13 AMIs released. Details in the [[https://www.debian.org/News/2022/20220910|release announcement]]
 * '''2022-08-15''' Debian 10 AMIs updated with new kernel and package updates
 * '''2022-03-10''' Debian 10 AMIs updated to address [[https://www.debian.org/security/2022/dsa-5096|DSA 5096]]
 * '''2021-10-11''' Debian 10.11 AMIs released. See [[https://www.debian.org/News/2021/2021100902|the release announcement]] for more details.
 * '''2021-07-21''' Debian 10.10 AMIs updated to include [[https://www.debian.org/security/2021/dsa-4941|DSA 4941]] and [[https://www.debian.org/security/2021/dsa-4942|DSA 4942]] fixes.
 * '''2021-06-21''' Debian 10.10 AMIs published. See [[https://www.debian.org/News/2021/20210619|the release announcement]] for more information.
 * '''2021-03-29''' Debian 10.9 AMIs published. See [[https://www.debian.org/News/2021/20210327|the release announcement]] for more information.
 * '''2021-02-08''' Debian 10.8 AMIs published. See [[https://www.debian.org/News/2021/20210206|the release announcement]] for more information.
 * '''2021-02-01''' Debian 10.7 AMIs updated to include fixes for [[https://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2021/msg00024.html|DSA 4843]]. These AMIs also include a kernel change for a [[https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=977615|memory corruption bug impacting arm64 systems]]
 * '''2020-12-14''' Debian 10.7 AMIs updated to include fixes for [[https://www.debian.org/security/2020/dsa-4807|DSA 4807]] and [[https://www.debian.org/security/2020/dsa-4808|DSA 4808]]
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 * debian-10-arm64-20201207-477
 * debian-10-amd64-20201207-477
 * debian-10-arm64-20220911-1135
 * debian-10-amd64-20220911-1135
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|| `af-south-1` || `ami-015ba60f2929ca2f3` || `ami-04e53f89962ca9c06` ||
|| `ap-east-1` || `ami-94bef3e5` || `ami-49b5f838` ||
|| `ap-northeast-1` || `ami-0d9cfc6a307494be4` || `ami-015832e887d62021b` ||
|| `ap-northeast-2` || `ami-03946dc56a766e1ed` || `ami-0e26f975b4332d545` ||
|| `ap-south-1` || `ami-0e9325c28bb53e99e` || `ami-09f8f46d97bffedab` ||
|| `ap-southeast-1` || `ami-0362dce5cc984a95c` || `ami-0c26459b21df3be9d` ||
|| `ap-southeast-2` || `ami-0b58b476f274c9fd5` || `ami-039c5b41949c7a18a` ||
|| `ca-central-1` || `ami-08487cdc15a7f393f` || `ami-024cbab5c1f8c6c57` ||
|| `eu-central-1` || `ami-0e7d8c1478e42e68d` || `ami-098413c4fa294ef48` ||
|| `eu-north-1` || `ami-003b4c85890978d6b` || `ami-0f01016eba312c3d9` ||
|| `eu-south-1` || `ami-0fe968caa58ac00db` || `ami-058aef195abeee652` ||
|| `eu-west-1` || `ami-06077180fec32f90a` || `ami-0028c9055f981f26e` ||
|| `eu-west-2` || `ami-0f5dce7be7cff94c9` || `ami-0cd9d59327b36aa1c` ||
|| `eu-west-3` || `ami-052e77d2d9dea3c7f` || `ami-06eda151b440c72f3` ||
|| `me-south-1` || `ami-0adbdb9dba6bb4da2` || `ami-08ed49d9dcf6e6d17` ||
|| `sa-east-1` || `ami-02dc1682652d78fd2` || `ami-0b769a56cdfce0133` ||
|| `us-east-1` || `ami-0fa23a9fbe84e9ea2` || `ami-095851f8e69aa9de1` ||
|| `us-east-2` || `ami-0695869a9e05dbbb2` || `ami-094360103fccc58bb` ||
|| `us-west-1` || `ami-0e9325c28bb53e99e` || `ami-09f8f46d97bffedab` ||
|| `us-west-2` || `ami-0bb3ac1447646faf5` || `ami-070f235fd371de8e4` ||

These images are also available on the [[https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B0859NK4HC|AWS Marketplace]]
|| `af-south-1` || `ami-028956f94ad7785a2` || `ami-076b0aeccd013d914` ||
|| `ap-east-1` || `ami-0e8276d6a521aed3e` || `ami-0eced34d2d7470f9c` ||
|| `ap-northeast-1` || `ami-06d52e1ca3595e1c5` || `ami-0aeb46368c5eb8f22` ||
|| `ap-northeast-2` || `ami-04da57c97e689701e` || `ami-0a957cf0f7ae5b884` ||
|| `ap-northeast-3` || `ami-088b77ec15764e328` || `ami-02300abd19e41ed5b` ||
|| `ap-south-1` || `ami-0bc644b38ab35f763` || `ami-0ca450c624e178e25` ||
|| `ap-southeast-1` || `ami-0025ac698e719ef70` || `ami-0b15af56f61e53859` ||
|| `ap-southeast-2` || `ami-055d97055f7c1b490` || `ami-0700238843d88c124` ||
|| `ap-southeast-3` || `ami-00900e763e6d7c3f8` || `ami-04af9a144680eb792` ||
|| `ca-central-1` || `ami-0788df6ecf45a6662` || `ami-0bddcb95d49fabca1` ||
|| `eu-central-1` || `ami-08f26206f6af1835d` || `ami-0a1891bf9d7df743c` ||
|| `eu-north-1` || `ami-090b8b9bf9e446991` || `ami-0c728e8ead70ab971` ||
|| `eu-south-1` || `ami-0fd8a3e70526a96db` || `ami-077ceb008558e3f21` ||
|| `eu-west-1` || `ami-0647df6b2cb054316` || `ami-08e31f33f13b8f7e4` ||
|| `eu-west-2` || `ami-0cb99bc8d4c084fc3` || `ami-06d2cfcfae2a1c4a2` ||
|| `eu-west-3` || `ami-0bf4597f27b5444d8` || `ami-0e56d8236a3d43196` ||
|| `me-south-1` || `ami-03b65b5c7e1520a6b` || `ami-0dd643e427883de26` ||
|| `sa-east-1` || `ami-0fc8ed541246588fb` || `ami-0700f444846412604` ||
|| `us-east-1` || `ami-018ce69d4b9c9e3ec` || `ami-0c7ed0ec32865e4db` ||
|| `us-east-2` || `ami-0008a16d6ed1b2ead` || `ami-0f89775886144ea25` ||
|| `us-west-1` || `ami-0e63a71f384b2ad0a` || `ami-071b987af08ff6424` ||
|| `us-west-2` || `ami-0698306e35a998458` || `ami-0c777c3521173978a` ||
 

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.

The Debian 10 (buster) images are available on the AWS Marketplace, or see below for the regional AMI IDs. The Marketplace page also includes listings for the Debian 10 images with the backports kernel, as well as Debian 11. All images are supported for both amd64 (x86_64) and arm64 instance types.

Status

  • 2022-09-11 Debian 10.13 AMIs released. Details in the release announcement

  • 2022-08-15 Debian 10 AMIs updated with new kernel and package updates

  • 2022-03-10 Debian 10 AMIs updated to address DSA 5096

  • 2021-10-11 Debian 10.11 AMIs released. See the release announcement for more details.

  • 2021-07-21 Debian 10.10 AMIs updated to include DSA 4941 and DSA 4942 fixes.

  • 2021-06-21 Debian 10.10 AMIs published. See the release announcement for more information.

  • 2021-03-29 Debian 10.9 AMIs published. See the release announcement for more information.

  • 2021-02-08 Debian 10.8 AMIs published. See the release announcement for more information.

  • 2021-02-01 Debian 10.7 AMIs updated to include fixes for DSA 4843. These AMIs also include a kernel change for a memory corruption bug impacting arm64 systems

  • 2020-12-14 Debian 10.7 AMIs updated to include fixes for DSA 4807 and DSA 4808

  • 2020-12-07 Debian 10.7 AMIs published. These AMIs introduce support for arm64 bare-metal instances (e.g. m6g.metal) on Amazon EC2. See the release announcement for more information.

  • 2020-10-20 AMIs updated to include kernel updates for DSA-4774-1

  • 2020-09-28 AMIs updated to Debian 10.6. See the release announcement for details.

  • 2020-08-03 AMIs updated to Debian 10.5. See the release announcement for details. This release updates cloud-init to version 20.2, and also includes fixes for issues encountered with automatic resizing of the root filesystem (#966451) and administratively disabled IPv6 support (#964596)

  • 2020-06-10 AMIs updated to include updated kernel packages for DSA 4699

  • 2020-05-11 AMIs updated to Debian 10.4. See the release announcement for details

  • 2020-04-29 AMIs updated to include kernel updates addressing DSA-4667. These AMIs are also the first to be published to the af-south-1 (Cape Town) and eu-south-1 (Milan) regions.

  • 2020-04-25 AMIs updated to include updated OpenSSL packages addressing DSA-4661

  • 2020-02-10 AMIs updated to Debian 10.3. See the release announcement for details

  • 2019-11-18 AMIs updated to Debian 10.2. See the release announcement for details

  • 2019-11-13 AMIs updated for DSA 4564

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:

  • debian-10-arm64-20220911-1135
  • debian-10-amd64-20220911-1135

The region-specific AMI IDs are:

Region

ARM64 AMI ID

AMD64 AMI ID

af-south-1

ami-028956f94ad7785a2

ami-076b0aeccd013d914

ap-east-1

ami-0e8276d6a521aed3e

ami-0eced34d2d7470f9c

ap-northeast-1

ami-06d52e1ca3595e1c5

ami-0aeb46368c5eb8f22

ap-northeast-2

ami-04da57c97e689701e

ami-0a957cf0f7ae5b884

ap-northeast-3

ami-088b77ec15764e328

ami-02300abd19e41ed5b

ap-south-1

ami-0bc644b38ab35f763

ami-0ca450c624e178e25

ap-southeast-1

ami-0025ac698e719ef70

ami-0b15af56f61e53859

ap-southeast-2

ami-055d97055f7c1b490

ami-0700238843d88c124

ap-southeast-3

ami-00900e763e6d7c3f8

ami-04af9a144680eb792

ca-central-1

ami-0788df6ecf45a6662

ami-0bddcb95d49fabca1

eu-central-1

ami-08f26206f6af1835d

ami-0a1891bf9d7df743c

eu-north-1

ami-090b8b9bf9e446991

ami-0c728e8ead70ab971

eu-south-1

ami-0fd8a3e70526a96db

ami-077ceb008558e3f21

eu-west-1

ami-0647df6b2cb054316

ami-08e31f33f13b8f7e4

eu-west-2

ami-0cb99bc8d4c084fc3

ami-06d2cfcfae2a1c4a2

eu-west-3

ami-0bf4597f27b5444d8

ami-0e56d8236a3d43196

me-south-1

ami-03b65b5c7e1520a6b

ami-0dd643e427883de26

sa-east-1

ami-0fc8ed541246588fb

ami-0700f444846412604

us-east-1

ami-018ce69d4b9c9e3ec

ami-0c7ed0ec32865e4db

us-east-2

ami-0008a16d6ed1b2ead

ami-0f89775886144ea25

us-west-1

ami-0e63a71f384b2ad0a

ami-071b987af08ff6424

us-west-2

ami-0698306e35a998458

ami-0c777c3521173978a

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.