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  2. JENKINS-47301

JClouds aws-ec2 always tries to use default subnet

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      When manually assigning nodes to use a security group (SG) that is configured on a different virtual private cloud (VPC) during launch the plugin always tries to attach the node to default subnet, even when a vpc ID or subnet ID is specified in the networks option.

      This causes the instance to not be created since the requested subnet is not part of the SG.

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          trnubo Tim Robinson added a comment -

          I'm also seeing this issue on AWS. Also tested against a recent SNAPSHOT but got the same error.

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          trnubo Tim Robinson added a comment - I'm also seeing this issue on AWS. Also tested against a recent SNAPSHOT but got the same error.
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          grv87 Basil Peace added a comment -

          +1

          VPC setting is not honored. I got 'No default VPC for this user' error.

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          grv87 Basil Peace added a comment - +1 VPC setting is not honored. I got 'No default VPC for this user' error.
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          grv87 Basil Peace added a comment - Proposed fix:  https://github.com/jenkinsci/jclouds-plugin/pull/129
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          tykeal Andrew Grimberg added a comment -

          I would really like to see this get fixed at some point. My team and I have been having to use the EC2 plugin to get around the failure of this one to operate as expected. That plugin is a lot less robust than JClouds and has required us to put a lot of brittle cron jobs in place to take care of things that this one natively supports.

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          tykeal Andrew Grimberg added a comment - I would really like to see this get fixed at some point. My team and I have been having to use the EC2 plugin to get around the failure of this one to operate as expected. That plugin is a lot less robust than JClouds and has required us to put a lot of brittle cron jobs in place to take care of things that this one natively supports.

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            • Assignee:
              felfert Fritz Elfert
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              tykeal Andrew Grimberg
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