EC2: Do not tag an instance until it is running
Sometimes an instance stays as a reservation for a long time, sometimes it's only a reservation for a split second. Before this change, the tag would usually work, because the reservation turned to an instance fast enough. But many times we've observed the instance conversion taking 5 - 10 seconds, and this is long enough that the tag operation fails, and then nodepool loses track of the instance entirely. Change-Id: Iaa5c230976625d8a5c5afd7970691e235f0f77f7
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