CAL HANA AWS Deployment error

    When deploying SAP HANA, Developer Edition 1.0 SPS 9 from CAL to AWS an error is generated and the deployment fails.

    It looks like the Provisioned IOPS part of the CALS template may be incorrect for AWS.

    The error:

    Operation start failed on step Start VAInstance with message:Start failed for VM SAP HANA due to Amazon Web Services issue: Failed to start instance. The instance has been terminated. State Reason ID: Client.MaxIopsLimitExceeded:Client.MaxIops.

    If standard storage volumes are used instead of provisioned storage volumes the HANA deployment will succeed, but performance will be affected.

    Can the template be corrected to use provisioned storage volumes correctly?

    Thanks.

    When deploying SAP HANA, Developer Edition 1.0 SPS 9 from CAL to AWS an error is generated and the deployment fails.It looks like the Provisioned IOPS part of the CALS template may be incorrect for AWS.The error:Operation start failed on step Start VAInstance with message:Start failed for VM SAP HANA due to Amazon Web Services issue: Failed to start instance. The instance has been terminated. State Reason ID: Client.MaxIopsLimitExceeded:Client.MaxIops.If standard storage volumes are used instead of provisioned storage volumes the HANA deployment will succeed, but performance will be affected.Can the template be corrected to use provisioned storage volumes correctly?Thanks.

    CAL HANA AWS Deployment error

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      Hello Joseph,

       

      According to Error Codes – Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud the MaxIopsLimitExceeded error has the following description:

       

      You’ve reached the limit on your IOPS usage for that region. If you need to increase your volume limit, complete the Amazon EC2 EBS Volume Limit Form

       

      Therefore I would recommend to look at your limit in the corresponding region and to increase it if required.

       

      Best regards,

      Stanimir

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        Hello Joseph,

         

        According to Error Codes – Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud the MaxIopsLimitExceeded error has the following description:

         

        You’ve reached the limit on your IOPS usage for that region. If you need to increase your volume limit, complete the Amazon EC2 EBS Volume Limit Form

         

        Therefore I would recommend to look at your limit in the corresponding region and to increase it if required.

         

        Best regards,

        Stanimir

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