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Amazon Shopper Panel is an app from Amazon that pays you to submit receipts. This program is available for IOS and Android and is invitation-only. If you qualify for the program, you will be sent an invitation from Amazon. For now, you can download the app and put your name on the waitlist.

This program is only for US members and you need to sign in using your Amazon account.

There are two ways to earn on this app:

1] Submit receipts – If you submit 10 receipts a month, you will receive $10 from Amazon. That’s $1 per receipt, the highest out of all the receipt apps out there. The catch is you have to submit at least 10 receipts to get any credit.

2] Surveys – Every now and then, Amazon will send you a short survey regarding your shopping habits. Answer those surveys to earn $0.25+.

This app only pays in Amazon credits or charity choice. You’ll get $10 credited to your Amazon account or donated to a charity listed on the app. They pay $10 within 48 hours of the next month. That means if you earned $10 in January, you will receive your credits automatically between February 1st or 2nd.

Since this app is from Amazon, it is 100% legit and paying.

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@BMF – Please mark as LEGIT.

amazon gift card to webmoney ?

I have amazon gift card amazon.com
So can you exchange it for webmoney Please

amazon web services – How do I download files restored from glacer?

I’ve got an s3 folder with a bunch of files stored on glacier. I’ve already restored them with s3 browser, and they can be downloaded to my pc using s3 browser. However, when I write

aws s3 sync s3://myfolder .

on the server, for which the files are intended, I get a bunch of skips with message

warning: Skipping file s3://myfolder/myfile. Object is of storage class GLACIER. Unable to perform download operations on GLACIER objects. You must restore the object to be able to perform the operation. See aws s3 download help for additional parameter options to ignore or force these transfers.

How do I properly sync this folder?

amazon web services – Broken Beanstalk! Previous environment properties persist for new instances — new ones only work if we deploy

We recently made some changes to the Beanstalk where the main server for our cloud application lives: changing its database, its EFS, and its Redis ElastiCache from unencrypted instances to encrypted ones, which required both an environment property change and a new WAR file.

When we were finished, we found severe problems, ultimately determining that when a new instance spins up, it was loading the previous set of Environment Properties, but when we redeploy the WAR file, it gets the new set.

Unable to make head or tail of what was going on, we were eventually (after several hours) able to get the application working by modifying the WAR file to hard-code the value we were getting from the Environment Property, but we obviously need to come up with a more permanent fix.

Last month, we did this whole set of changes to our QA Beanstalk, and did not experience this problem. Likewise, we applied similar changes to a secondary Beanstalk that is part of our application, and they worked fine in both QA and Production. The problem is only occurring in the primary Beanstalk of the Production environment.

The only thing I can think of that we did, that might have been questionable, was that we may have had two people modifying the same Beanstalk at the same time: one deploying the new WAR file and the other changing the Environment Property.

Can anybody shed any light on what went wrong, and how to fix it?

Can not connect to Amazon EMR claster with PuTTY

I created EMR claster with standard configuration.

Then I followed the instructions:

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But I am getting the error:

Server refused our key

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is amazon GTIN exmeption for generic products changed?

Hi all,

i was trying to get exemption for some category for generic product like mobile charger, when I type generic it says approved and I can add product after 30 minutes, I waited even 3 hours still when I try to add product it asking me for UPC code, I see couple of videos on 2020 in YouTube they get approved and add product instantly, is there any changes on 2021?

amazon web services – Troubleshooting block device mappings with Packer to increase size of EBS volume

I’d like to understand more about what to do when you need to increase a block device size for a build. I have some examples that work successfully with ubuntu 18, and centos 7 that I use, but it seems like each time I’m in a slightly new scenario the old techniques don’t apply, and that is probably due to a gap in my knowledge of what is required.

Building an AMI with NICE DCV (remote display):

name: DCV-AmazonLinux2-2020-2-9662-NVIDIA-450-89-x86_64

I tried this in my packer template:

  launch_block_device_mappings {
    device_name           = "/dev/sda1"
    volume_size           = 16
    volume_type           = "gp2"
    delete_on_termination = true

But then ssh never became available. I reverted to not doing any customisation, and took a look at the mounts:

(ec2-user@ip-172-31-39-29 ~)$ df -h
Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs        482M     0  482M   0% /dev
tmpfs           492M     0  492M   0% /dev/shm
tmpfs           492M  740K  491M   1% /run
tmpfs           492M     0  492M   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/xvda1      8.0G  4.4G  3.7G  55% /
tmpfs            99M  8.0K   99M   1% /run/user/42
tmpfs            99M     0   99M   0% /run/user/1000

So I thought I should try this instead (which didn’t work):

  launch_block_device_mappings {
    device_name           = "/dev/xvda1"
    volume_size           = 20
    volume_type           = "gp2"
    delete_on_termination = true

which resulted in these errors:

==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Authorizing access to port 22 from ( in the temporary security groups...
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Launching a source AWS instance...
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Adding tags to source instance
    amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Adding tag: "Name": "Packer Builder"
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Error launching source instance: InvalidBlockDeviceMapping: Invalid device name /dev/xvda1
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami:         status code: 400, request id: 2c419989-dd53-48ef-bcb6-6e54e892d152
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: No volumes to clean up, skipping
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Deleting temporary security group...
==> amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami: Deleting temporary keypair...
Build 'amazon-ebs.amazonlinux2-nicedcv-nvidia-ami' errored after 1 second 820 milliseconds: Error launching source instance: InvalidBlockDeviceMapping: Invalid device name /dev/xvda1
        status code: 400, request id: 2c419989-dd53-48ef-bcb6-6e54e892d152

Would anyone be able to share some pointers on what I’d need to do to increase the volume size in this instance and why?

Selling Amazon aged buyer accounts with a purchase history

I have many Amazon aged buyer accounts with a purchase history. I want to sell them.

US Amazon aged buyer accounts
CA Amazon aged buyer accounts
UK Amazon aged buyer accounts
Spain Amazon aged buyer accounts
Germany Amazon aged buyer accounts
France Amazon aged buyer accounts

Are available for sale.

Per Account price 10$
Accept: BTC and Paypal ( Friends and Family only )
Provide Account email address and password, Email address comes from Gmail yahoo or fakemailgenerator .

Support: Before the first login account I will replace new accounts if there logged-in issues. But After the logged account, there is no refund or replacement.

Contact Telegram: sabujdc
Skype: sabuj_geo


amazon web services – Path of connection between two EC2 instances

I have an EC2 instance running in my own VPC. One of my partners also has an EC2 running in their own VPC in AWS. The two instances connect to each other via TCP to exchange data. Connection is made through their DNS address.

I am wondering about two scenarios:

  • The instances are in separate regions
  • The instances are in the same regions

What is the path taken by the TCP connection between the two instances? Does it matter that they both live within AWS? When the instances are in the same region, does the connection ever leave AWS to an external network switch / router?

amazon web services – Can I have 2 source stages, one after another, in CodePipeline?

I would like to implement a CI/CD flow for ECS blue/green deployment. The flow I have in mind is that, after code is checked in to GitHub, it will trigger CodeBuild to build the docker image and upload to ECR. It would then trigger a source stage to fetch the docker image from ECR, and then proceed towards a deploy stage where CodeDeploy will perform the task definition update based on the fetched docker image, in turn updates the appspec.yaml and then update the ECS service in blue/green manner.

The thing I am not certain is whether it is possible to have a second source stage to fetch the docker image? Will it trigger all source stages at once and result in kind of dead loop?

Another thought is that if I instead put it as a parallel action at the same source stage at the beginning, can I set the ECR pull action to wait after the docker image is built first?

First source stage:
Get source from GitHub

Build Stage:
Build docker image and upload to ECR

Second source stage:
Get docker image from ECR

Deploy stage:
Get tag from the docker image, update taskdef.json with the image tag, then update appspec.yaml with the updated task definition, then deploy to ECS