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It is (of course) an EBS backed instance; I would like to see what the impact of having increased CPU power would do for it. What's the easiest way?

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The biggest caveat to this is that an m1.small is a 32-bit machine whereas a t1.micro is a 64-bit machine. Unless you're running a 32-bit AMI on the micro, you won't be able to upgrade to m1.small. You'll have to skip up to the next level where 64-bit is again supported.

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m1.smalls are now available as 64-bit: aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types –  Derek Dahmer Sep 20 '12 at 17:18
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http://alestic.com/2011/02/ec2-change-type is the answer

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Once you change the instance type by stoping the instance and changing instance type, reassociate your elastic IP to that instance. And then:

you need to restart your mysqld and httpd.conf.

sudo /etc/init.d/mysqld restart sudo /etc/init.d/httpd restart

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There's no need to restart mysql/httpd. Stopping the instance handles that just fine. –  ceejayoz Sep 3 '13 at 14:56
    
I guess it was just mysqld. I had to restart that to get may amazon webserver to work, after I changed the instance type from small to micro –  coolcool1994 Sep 3 '13 at 16:02
    
You may just not have your MySQL set to start on boot. –  ceejayoz Sep 3 '13 at 16:03

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