CentOS 6.4 (i386) - Release Media

This is the Official CentOS 6.4 i386 image that has been built with a minimal profile. The image contains just enough packages to run within AWS, bring up an SSH Server and allow users to login. Please note that this image is built against the release time package set for 6.4 ( this includes only the packages that were included in the DVD) and does not include any of the security updates released since then. Note: CentOS.org highly recommends using the CentOS 6 i386 with Updates product available in AWS Marketplace. Only user who fully understand the security implications of using this... Read more


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Latest Version

6.4 - 2013-03-09


Operating System

Linux/Unix, CentOS 6.4


Delivery Method

32-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



AWS Services Required

Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS


Highlights

  • All official CentOS Linux images are built with SELINUX set to enforcing mode. However, we test the images with both Selinux enabled as well as permissive.
  • This image is built to allow remote ssh login only as 'root' user with the key specified at instance launch time.
  • We recommend reviewing the CentOS on AWS Cloud wiki page at http://wiki.centos.org/Cloud/AWS for details on how these images are built, how you might be able to extend and add functionality to these images as well as Getting Started guides.

Product Description

This is the Official CentOS 6.4 i386 image that has been built with a minimal profile. The image contains just enough packages to run within AWS, bring up an SSH Server and allow users to login. Please note that this image is built against the release time package set for 6.4 ( this includes only the packages that were included in the DVD) and does not include any of the security updates released since then. Note: CentOS.org highly recommends using the CentOS 6 i386 with Updates product available in AWS Marketplace. Only user who fully understand the security implications of using this product should consider using this product.

Product Details

  • Version: 6.4 - 2013-03-09
  • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 06/18/2013

Resources

Usage Instructions

SSH to the instance and login as 'root' using the key specified at launch. Additional information may be found at : http://wiki.centos.org/Cloud/AWS ...

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Support Details

CentOS 6.4 (i386) - Release Media

CentOS support is entirely community driven and delivered via various venues listed at http://wiki.centos.org/GettingHelp

Please note this is Open Source software. Software support is provided through the software provider's associated community only.

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Pricing Details

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Free Tier Eligible

EC2 charges for Micro instances are free for up to 750 hours a month if you qualify for the AWS Free Tier. See details.

Hourly Fees

Total hourly fees will vary by instance type and EC2 region.

EC2 Instance Type Software EC2 Total
m1.medium $0.00/hr $0.095/hr $0.095/hr
c1.medium $0.00/hr $0.148/hr $0.148/hr
m1.small $0.00/hr $0.047/hr $0.047/hr
t1.micro $0.00/hr $0.025/hr $0.025/hr

EBS Magnetic volumes

  • $0.08 per GB-month of provisioned storage
  • $0.08 per 1 million I/O requests

Assumes On-Demand EC2 pricing

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Data Transfer Fees not included

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Recent Product Reviews

05/26/2015

broken amazon ssh public login

For some unknown reason Amazon public key login stopped working on this machine. Tried multiple instance...

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03/09/2015

Nice image to start with

No complains. works out of the box. Kudos to team for putting great efforts behind this. Baked the golden...

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03/25/2014

Good

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03/09/2014

Unreliable

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02/07/2014

CentOS - The God of OS's!

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