BPM 11gR1 EC2 AMI Updated

This blog post is deleted as we had to remove the AMI for various reasons. We are working on it and will post an update when available.

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Cancel earlier comments: The new one is now visible. I just fired it up and it seems to be working.

Posted by Naci Akkøk on September 11, 2010 at 06:36 PM PDT #

When I try to deploy from local jdeveloer it fails for the reason specifying that there is no partition. I tried changing the exetrnal listen address in both admin server and soa server but no luck yet. Any inputs on this is appreciated.

Posted by Ravindran on October 01, 2010 at 03:47 AM PDT #

The problem has been fixed in the new AMI (ami-e041b489). If you would like to continue using your current instance, you need to set the External Listen Address for the server "soa_server1" to your current EC2 public hostname from the Weblogic Console. Instances created from the new AMI will automatically have the External Listen Address updated to appropriate public host name on startup.

Posted by Prasen Palvankar on October 01, 2010 at 04:02 AM PDT #

Hi Prasen I have just started exploring AWS and the Oracle SOA Suite image (I’m using ami-e041b489 ). This is probably my lack of AWS knowledge but I had launched the public image initially and done an successful test deployment. I wanted to save my work so I could continue with my experiments on subsequent instance startups so I created a ’private’ AMI using the Instance Management |Create Image (EBS AMI) Menu option in the AWS Management Console. At this point, I noticed that an EBS Volume had been created by the initial public instance launch. I ran a second trial test with the public AMI but forgot to select a region so I got another EBS Volume in a different region – I also got a WLS Start-up error on the private AMI and still got EBS Volume creation. Can you advise the intended approach to using the public AMI ? (I didn’t want to keep transferring large amounts of data each launch and would like to retain results of my tests across 'sessions') So, assuming I start the public AMI in the same region as the existing EBS Volume does the instance ‘re-attach’ to the EBS Volume?

Posted by Jim Nicolson on October 26, 2010 at 05:09 PM PDT #

If you want to save state between restarts, make sure you don't use spot request to launch the instance and use "stop" and "start" rather than terminate

Posted by Prasen Palvankar on October 27, 2010 at 10:33 AM PDT #

I launched a new instance using AMI ami-e041b489. I used all default settings including default security group and no key-pair. The instance says it is in running state. But i cannot ping it or connect to it using ssh/putty. Please help!

Posted by Lei Huang on November 17, 2010 at 05:30 AM PST #

You cannot ping the server. To login as root (which you need to do the first time you start an instance), you need to use a SSH key.

Posted by Prasen Palvankar on November 17, 2010 at 05:35 AM PST #

I have successfully mounted the BPM 11gR1 EC2 AMI, since the root account is authenticated via the private key, I was wondering how would I use the "su" command? or is root access disabled? Thanks for your help

Posted by ben mukoro on December 16, 2010 at 10:41 AM PST #

Hello, could it be that there is a problem with your EC2 image? I now made several attempts to create an instance from it in two different EWS Datacenters. All of them got stuck during boot when they enforce an fsck (thinking the filesystem was not checked for a long time). I waited several days but the fsck never shows any progress or activity at all. Thanks a lot for any help Yours Wolfgang Klimt

Posted by Wolfgang Klimt on March 31, 2011 at 09:08 PM PDT #

A new AMI ami-7c0df015 has been published that addresses this problem

Posted by Prasen Palvankar on April 06, 2011 at 08:56 AM PDT #

I have searched for a Oracle SOA BPM Image at Amazon AWS. But I can't find any. Have they been removed or do I do something wrong.

Posted by jeriks on May 26, 2011 at 08:48 AM PDT #

I have searched for a Oracle SOA BPM Image at Amazon AWS. But I can't find any. Have they been removed or do I do something wrong.

Posted by jeriks on May 26, 2011 at 08:49 AM PDT #

I have searched for a Oracle SOA BPM Image at Amazon AWS. But I can't find any. Have they been removed or do I do something wrong.

Posted by guest on May 26, 2011 at 08:49 AM PDT #

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