A managed instance group contains one or more virtual machine instances that are controlled using an instance template.
To update instances in a managed instance group, you can make update requests to the group as a whole, using the Managed Instance Group Updater feature.
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I have a custom stensil with a load of shapes in it, each representing functions in a system.
Without the Updater, new software versions must be deployed either by creating a new managed instance group with a new software version, requiring additional set up each time, or through a manual, user-initiated, instance-by-instance recreate.
Both of these approaches require significant manual steps throughout the process.
It is not subject to any SLA or deprecation policy. This page describes how to make updates to your managed instance groups.
To learn about managed instance groups, read the Instance Groups documentation.
The process I'm following is:- drag shape from stensil group onto page 1 and again onto page 2 of a visio diagram.- right click the stensil and select 'edit stensil'- right click the shape in question and select 'edit master edit master shape'- make the change/addition- press save- I then get the message: "Modifications made to a master open in a window will not be saved. Many packages in a Linux distribution are updated frequently to fix bugs, add features, and protect against security exploits.When you first launch and connect to an Amazon Linux instance, you may see a message asking you to update software packages for security purposes.Even though a Visio drawing may have multiple pages, there is only one local stencil. So changing a shape on the local stencil will affect all pages of a Visio Drawing.