Hi,Thanks for your help. I've try with head -n 1 but nothing happening. It seems that the ec2-run-user-data command is not executed during boot time.After booting if I run /etc/init.d/ec2-run-user-data it works well.I've nothing in syslog about his execution...Very strange2013/9/14 Anders Ingemann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Assuming the script runs on startup, the fault should be here: https://github.com/andsens/build-debian-cloud/blob/master/init.d/ec2-run-user-data#L36Is `head -1` correct usage, shouldn't it be `head -n 1`?
AndersOn 14 September 2013 12:38, Matthieu Boret <email@example.com> wrote:Hi,I'm on AWS and I use the latest version of the Debian AMI(7.1 from the marketplace). She's works well but I've just one issue with the execution of my user-data.He's not executed during the boot.However he begins with #!/bin/bashI've try with this simple script:#!/bin/bashecho "toto" > /tmp/test.logBut nothing is happening.If I do a curl to retry my user-data, I can see my script:Someone has an idea?ThanksMatthieu