Re: Despite passing -b flag, starcluster starts an on-demand instance
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Thanks, I'll send a PR for this to be included in the main documentation.
On Sat, Jan 10, 2015 at 6:21 PM, Peter Wilcock <peter.wilcock_at_igmm.ed.ac.uk>
> Hi Arman,
> I believe to make the master node spot you require another flag,
> I believe this isn't in the official documentation however and I'd
> recommend its inclusion to anyone reading!
> On 10 January 2015 14:15:09 GMT+00:00, Arman Eshaghi <
> arman.eshaghi_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> Whenever I try to start a one-node cluster with the following command,
>> while I'm passing -b option with a spot bid, starcluster starts an
>> on-demand instance. The command is for
>> starcluster start -s 1 -i c3.large -b 0.5 -l mycluster
>> As far as I know, command line options will supersede other
>> configurations (.starcluster), is this right? I would appreciate any
>> pointers here.
>> All the best,
>> StarCluster mailing list
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