Do use the latest docs here:
Not sure what's changed, but 0.93.3 is pretty old at this point.
Create a new AMI per those instructions, then in the AWS EC2 Console go to IMAGES > AMIs, right-click your new AMI, and choose "Modify Image Permissions". Either make the image 'public', so that anyone can read (and use) it, or add specific AWS Account Numbers to share with specific individuals. They won't be able to modify the AMI, only 'use' it.
That's about it. Then the users can have their own EBS volume that gets mounted with their data, or use S3, etc.
Good luck with the project.
From: starcluster-bounces_at_mit.edu [mailto:starcluster-bounces_at_mit.edu] On Behalf Of greg
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2014 11:11 AM
Subject: [StarCluster] Customizing AMI but to distribute share
So I'd like to install some custom software on StarCluster and then
allow others to run their own instances of StarCluster using my
This page seems like a really good start:
But I'm not sure how I would share the EBS AMI I create so others
could launch StarCluster with their own AWS accounts, and instantly
run my installed software. (Also I guess ideally it would be good if
they couldn't modify the original AMI, but could persist their data
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