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    • Gene's avatar
      aws ec2 preqreq check: match error to filter · dccdee01
      Gene authored
      
      
      filter to search for a subnet searches by both regionZone and VpcId,
      but when no matches were found, the error message neglected to mention
      that the VPC ID was part of the search criteria
      Signed-off-by: default avatarF. Eugene Aumson <feuGeneA@github.com>
      dccdee01
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      amazonec2: correct mis-handling of 'none' VPC · 69717945
      Gene authored
      
      
      Without this change,
      
      docker-machine create \
          --driver amazonec2 \
          --amazonec2-security-group parity-security-group \
          --amazonec2-instance-type t2.medium \
          --amazonec2-access-key ... \
          --amazonec2-secret-key ... \
          --amazonec2-root-size 128 \
          parity-node
      
      yields the program output
      
      Error with pre-create check: "unable to find a subnet in the zone: us-e
      ast-1a"
      
      which comes from drivers/amazonec2/amazonec2.go:506.
      
      But that message is misleading.  After sprinkling in some
      `fmt.Println`s, I discovered that the missing piece of info is not
      actually the subnet, but rather the VPC ID, which is "none".
      
      With this change, that same command now yields:
      
      Error setting machine configuration from flags provided: amazonec2 driv
      er requires either the --amazonec2-subnet-id or --amazonec2-vpc-id opti
      on or an AWS Account with a default vpc-id
      Signed-off-by: default avatarF. Eugene Aumson <feuGeneA@github.com>
      69717945