How to resize an EC2 instance?

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I get an "InvalidInstanceType" error for compatibility issues between the current and the new instance type when I am trying to resize the EC2 instance.

Is there an API using which I can find out to which instance types my EC2 instance can be resized to?
Mar 28 in AWS by river
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There is no API call available to list available instance types that are compatable for resizing your instance.

This is what I found on Amazon Documentation, This is referring to instances with Instance Store, which is storage directly attached to the instance, which is lost when the instance is stopped/terminated.

answered Mar 28 by Revlover

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