AWS: None of the Instances are sending data

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100.0 % of the requests are failing with http 5xx.
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I'm trying to set up an Elastic Beanstalk application with Amazon Web Services however I'm receiving a load of errors with the message None of the instances are sending data. I've tried deleting the Elastic Beanstalk Application and the EC2 instance several times with the sample application and trying again but I get the same error.

I also tried uploading a flask application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk command line tools but then I received the error below:

Environment health has transitioned from Pending to Severe. 100.0 % of the requests to the ELB are failing with HTTP 5xx. Insufficient request rate (0.5 requests/min) to determine application health (7 minutes ago). ELB health is failing or not available for all instances. None of the instances are sending data

Why do I get this error and how do I fix it? Thanks.

From Warning to Severe. None of the, I often get alerts like this for the instance: Environment health has transitioned from Warning to Severe. None of the instances are sending data. Example: Elastic Beanstalk is unable to contact the load balancer to get instance health. Message (environment): ELB health is failing or not available for all instances. None of the instances are sending data.

There can be many reasons why the health agent is not able to send any data, so this may not be the answer to your problem, but it was to mine and hopefully can help somebody else:

I got the same error and looking into /var/log/healthd/daemon.log the following was repeatedly reported:

sending message(s) failed: (Aws::Healthd::Errors::GroupNotFoundException) Group 97c30ca2-5eb5-40af-8f9a-eb3074622172 does not exist

This was caused by me making and using an AMI image from an EC2 instance inside an Elastic Beanstalk environment. That is, I created a temporary environment with one instance the same configuration as my production environment, went into the EC2 console and created an image of the instance, terminated the temporary environment, and then created yet another environment using the new custom AMI.

Of course (in hindsight) this meant some settings of the temporary environment were still being used. In this case specifically /etc/healthd/config.yaml, resulting in the health agent trying to send messages to a no longer existing health group.

To fix this and make sure there was no other stale configuration around, I instead started a new EC2 instance by hand from the default AMI used in the production environment (find it under the 'Instances' configuration page of your environment), provision that, then create a new image from that and use that image in my new EB environment.

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I solved this by adding another security group (the default one for my Elastic Beanstalk).

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Comments
  • Thanks for your reply, I try to access to logs for my Elastic Beanstalk application like you said and it restarts the EB app and then nothing happens. I'm unable to get the logs at all.
  • Another possibility is that you have incorrect VPC configuration so the bootstrap failed. Again if you can ssh to the instance and get the logs you will have details.
  • I'm trying to ssh into the EC2 instance, but it times out. debug1: connect to address 52.17.213.23 port 22: Operation timed out
  • Can you double check your VPC configuration? This strongly suggests that somehow networking is not working correctly on your EC2 instance. Can you also look at the EC2 console logs from the EC2 console. To do this you can follow these steps: 1. Open the Amazon EC2 console. 2. Select the instance. 3. Choose Actions, then Instance Settings, and then Get System Log. docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/…
  • I've not gone into the VPC before, what am I checking for once I found the VPC configuration? I've also got the system log, would you like to see a copy of it?
  • Hi @sgvd, i am also facing the same issue. Is there a way we can change the group_id in /etc/healthd/config.yaml. Can we find the group_id of new environment and update it there?
  • Added another security group to what, the EC2 instance? It already had an Elastic Beanstalk security group added but it seems to produce two. Does it need to be in both?
  • Thanks for that! My memory problem was also caused by jobs initiated by SQS with too short inactivity timeout, so that several jobs were running in parallel. Solved it by restarting the EC2 instance, getting rid of the jobs (for the meanwhile) and afterwards changing the instance type to small and then to medium.