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Mar
31
answered Amazon-EC2 ports not opened despite Security Groups and iptables configuration
Mar
31
comment Is there any option to use Amazon Cloud Drive from terminal (Linux)?
It looks like the answer, even if it seems to be "yes," is, in fact, "no." You may use the Service only to store, retrieve, manage, and access Your Files for personal, non-commercial purposes using the features and functionality we make available... amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/?nodeId=201376540
Mar
10
answered Accsess S3 from the command line without a secret key
Jan
26
comment protecting AWS against massive accesses
No, 2 million I/O does not mean 2 million page hits. It's 2 million disk operations, so that could mean much less or much more, since the page itself will often be present in the os cache, but the web server log and other processes will also consume disk operations.
Dec
24
comment Will AWS cut off my free service if I go over a limit?
The documentation also includes step by step instructions on creating an alert that will notify you if you exceed the free tier allowed usage: docs.aws.amazon.com/awsaccountbilling/latest/aboutv2/…
Oct
19
awarded  Critic
Sep
28
comment No outgoing network after Amazon restarted EC2 instances
Since you have a 192.168 address, this suggests this is a VPC instance, which suggests you also have a NAT instance providing Internet access service for this instance. If so, you need to troubleshoot why that machine, perhaps, isn't doing what it should. Are you familiar with the concept I'm discussing? Did you build the NAT instance yourself, or are you using the stock AWS image for it?
Sep
24
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Sep
15
comment Amazon EC2 Instance Continually Loses Connectivity
Well, not quite "obviously" if the status checks are still passing. You're saying all of the Cloudwatch metrics (in the AWS web console) stop updating?
Sep
15
comment Amazon EC2 Instance Continually Loses Connectivity
How do CPU utilization and memory look, in the instance metrics in the console? Is this a micro instance?
Jul
19
comment Grant net_privaddr privileges on a AWS server
It sounds like you are trying to apply Solaris or BSD concepts to Linux. You should probably edit this question to ask how to solve the actual problem you are having, rather than how to do what is probably not the thing that needs to be done in order to solve the underlying problem, which you haven't mentioned.
Jul
14
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Jul
14
comment Windows 8.1 — PPTP VPN connection dies after a minute or two
Try (as a test) ping -t (something across the vpn) and see if keeping active traffic is really the differentiator. I have left Win 7 to Linux PPTP connected and largely idle for weeks without issue, so it's hard to say that a different protocol would necessarily fix the underlying issue. EC2's network infrastructure, like many others, will eventually "forget" very idle connections, but not in a couple of minutes.
Jul
2
comment Mysql Failed to started after mysql dump restore process
Please check the actual mysql error log. Often this is found in the directory /var/log/mysql.
Jun
10
awarded  Teacher
Jun
10
answered How to get the last time a particular file was downloaded from S3
Jun
8
comment Download speed from AmazonAWS
Your fiber connection wouldn't be Verizon, by chance, would it?
May
4
comment invalid default value in SQL export
Sounds like maybe your destination server is an older version of MySQL that doesn't support current_timestamp as a default for datetime columns... what response do you get from SELECT @@VERSION; on both servers...?
Apr
20
comment Tar a very large file directly to a drive
You say S3 is "mounted" - so it sounds like you are using s3fs -- and it seems likely that s3fs is what's using temp files, not tar and cp. If you enabled the disk cache in s3fs, the obvious first thing to try would be disabling it. If not, then you need a different approach, something that can stream the tarball directly to s3 rather than using s3fs, if s3fs always needs temp files, even with the cache disabled. Or, mount an EBS volume or another ephemeral disk if you have one, for the temp files to live on while you need them.
Apr
17
comment Using custom rules in amazon security groups issues
Are the machines in the same AWS region and on the same AWS account?