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  1. 1

    Satyanarayana

    can you please explain how to install yum update using SSM ?

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    1. 1.1

      Onur SALK

      You should be able to use as in parameters command key like –parameters ‘{“commands”:[“yum update -y”],….

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  2. 2

    Suditi

    Can I save my results in dynamodb instead of S3, as I run ssm on more than 1000 servers its difficult to get consolidated report?

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    1. 2.1

      Onur SALK

      Hi Suditi,

      I couldn’t see an option to see the results in dynamodb. However, you can create a Lambda function that writes the data to dynamodb and trigger it when ssm save the result in S3. I hope this helps.

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      1. 2.1.1

        Suditi

        Hello Onur, Thank you for replying.I was thinking if there is any other solution apart from the one which you mentioned.Is there a way I can call dynamodb APIs from the custom ssm document directly?

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  3. 3

    deepti

    hello Onur,i wanna know how can we automate user and password creation on multiple machine(instances) through bash script.I mean i wanna create Linux user in multiple server through systems manager,so that i can manage user creation and setting password remotely.

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    1. 3.1

      Onur SALK

      Hi Deepti,

      After you installed the agent, you can send the required command to your linux instances. Also if you want to automate this, you can create a Lambda function and trigger it when an instance goes to a “running state”. When it’s triggered, it can run the required EC2 system manager command.

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