Why AWS auto scaling grroup removed instance from standby without putting in InService

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I kept a faulty ec2 instance to standby in ASG, now want to remove it, without bringing it into InService state.

Is there a way where I can remove the instance directly without bringing instance to InService.


| Standby --> Termination |

Nov 16, 2018 in AWS by findingbugs
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AFAIK, The instance state transition must go through InService stage and you return the instance to service by exiting the standby state.

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answered Nov 16, 2018 by Jino
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