After making the unfortunate error of of terminating my 'Sandbox Starter' AMIs via the AWS console, instead of using the Sandbox 'Destroy' menu option, I have just spent some considerable time uninstalling my Desktop Docker, deleting Aviatrix policies, deleting/generating keys, etc in my efforts to get the Sandbox Terraform script to successfully complete it's setup of the Sandbox again.
It has proven to be a painful learning and time consuming process.
So - I have some questions:
1 - In the the event that I mistakenly terminated a SandBox AMI via the AWS console, is there a script/command available that can be used to rebuild that particular AMI again?
2 - In the event that no such 'rebuild' script/command exists, will using the 'Destroy' option remove all remaining elements of the existing Sandbox, so that a new Sandbox can be successfully installed by running 'Sandbox Starter' again? - or is it not that simple?
3 - Does creation of a new Sandbox also require creation of new a access and secret key? (I read something in the Starter notes that seem to indicate this) or can the existing ones be reused?
Best answer by Jeffrey_HazelView original