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Amazon Kernel Image IDs
Several PV-GRUB AKIs are available depending on the type and location of your instance. There are AKIs for 32-bit and 64-bit architecture types, with each having one AKI for partitioned images and another AKI for partitionless images. You must choose an AKI with “hd0” in the name if you want a raw or unpartitioned disk image (most images). Choose an AKI with “hd00” in the name if you want an image that has a partition table. Most vendors, such as Fedora, Red Hat, Ubuntu, and Novell, use unpartitioned disk images. This means that they use the hd0 variants of PV-GRUB; almost without exception most users will want to use the hd0 variants.
- aki-c48f51d9 ec2-public-images-sa-east-1/pv-grub-hd0_1.03-x86_64.gz.manifest.xml
- aki-ca8f51d7 ec2-public-images-sa-east-1/pv-grub-hd0_1.03-i386.gz.manifest.xml
- aki-c88f51d5 ec2-public-images-sa-east-1/pv-grub-hd00_1.03-x86_64.gz.manifest.xml
- aki-ce8f51d3 ec2-public-images-sa-east-1/pv-grub-hd00_1.03-i386.gz.manifest.xml