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Thanks Austin, I believe you are correct. According to
"Reserved Instances are easy to use and require no change to how you use
EC2. When computing your bill, our system will automatically apply
Reserved Instance rates first to minimize your costs. An instance hour
will only be charged at the On-Demand rate when your total quantity of
instances running that hour exceeds the number of applicable Reserved
Instances you own."
Dan, have you tried this yet? Any issues?
On 02/17/2011 10:50 AM, Austin Godber wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> I am pretty sure the reserved pricing just applies automatically if you
> launch an instance in the same Availability Zone. They will just
> automatically charge you the lowest price when you are entitled to it.
> I don't think you even have to relaunch an instance or anything. Though
> of course I could be mistaken.
> Dan Yamins wrote:
>> Hi all:
>> What's the simplest way to use reserved instances with starcluster ?
>> I mean, after having used e.g. boto to buy one? How does one tell
>> starcluster to use a given reserved instance?
>> StarCluster mailing list
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