pkaeding

San Francisco, CA

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Age: 32

I am a software developer and amateur quant living in San Francisco. When I'm not on the computer, I may be brewing beer.

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@corsiKa At a first aid class I recently took, the guideline was to treat a person as an adult (for CPR and Heimlich) if you believe they are at least one year old, and as an infant if you believe them to be younger than one year. This is based on the average body sizes of a one-year-old, though, so if your two-year-old is smaller than average, you may need to adjust. If you are concerned with being prepared to act in an emergency, I suggest you ask your pediatrician (or perhaps local fire department?) for guidance.
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accepted Why is my instance failing ELB health checks when adding it to the load balancer via Ansible?
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comment Why is my instance failing ELB health checks when adding it to the load balancer via Ansible?
Ahh, you are right! If you would like to put the suggestion of fixing the wait_timeout into an answer, I'd be happy to accept it. It turns out my problem was in the ansible side of things, not really a duplicate of the other question.
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comment Why is my instance failing ELB health checks when adding it to the load balancer via Ansible?
Maybe I am running into github.com/ansible/ansible/issues/5305
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comment Why is my instance failing ELB health checks when adding it to the load balancer via Ansible?
Hmm, interesting. How can the Ansible ec2_elb play ever not fail, then, if it doesn't wait at least the minimum time for the instance to be considered healthy?
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comment Why is my instance failing ELB health checks when adding it to the load balancer via Ansible?
@Ladadadada if my issue is the same, then wouldn't there need to be failed (ie non-200) status check requests? I don't see any in my logs, and I did verify that the application is up and returning 200 for the status check before trying to add it to the ELB.
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