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EY Cloud’s slave database functionality is broken right now. It’s supposed to be fixed this afternoon.
Amazon restricts you to 20 EBS volumes/EC2 instances per account by default. The trick here is that deleting volumes does not immediately free up space. Volumes stay in a ‘Deleting volume’ state for an indefinite amount of time before they are truly free, making it hard to allot space for them. Finding these deleting instances can be a real challenge – the AWS API can find them, but not the EY cloud GUI.
If you need to manipulate AWS credentials for EY Cloud, it’s fairly easy to go to the machine and find the appropriate file – /etc/.mysql.backups.yml