I started to use Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) recently because it seems promising, and my friends from Percona always recommending it to try out, and frankly, at first sight, I like it.
There are few things which I am not happy about, but mostly I feel OK – but when it comes to the price/value evaluation it becomes better – it is free.
However I found a really disturbing problem, what is bugging me – it needs AWS credentials to discover hosts on RDS. Let me show you.
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On the other day, I was sitting in front of my console, and tried to get the courage to run ‘terraform destroy’.
I started to think about what shall I do in the future to avoid situations like this, and then I realized the problem is with the ‘default’ section. When you run the ‘aws configure’ command, it will create you a section named ‘default’ in the .aws/credentials and .aws/config files, from that very moment you will use that section as your … well, as your default credentials, and when you add more and more keys, you can select them by using ‘–profile’ switch over and over again.
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