How to set instance status using AWS CLI?

by XDK 1. October 2019 22:32

Explanation:

Following is the command to set the health status of the specified instance.

aws autoscaling set-instance-health --instance-id <ID> --health-status <Healthy/Unhealthy>

Example: To set the instance Unhealthy

aws autoscaling set-instance-health --instance-id i-123456789 --health-status Unhealthy

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