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Does EC2 need Xen kernel?

I am on to creating a new AMI image for CentOS 6.4. Until now I was on CentOS 5.6. I started with the CentOS market place image, and what I noticed is that it is running a regular kernel and not xen ...
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Adding and Removing MySQL Databases via CentOS 6 - 64 bit

I have a VPS, and am having troubles with MySQL. I think I have created a database, but got lost. I need to know how to: Add a database, with the username, name of the database, and password. ...
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4answers
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Good pratices to update servers? [closed]

I have many servers running CentOS 5.* and CentOS 6.*, I would like to update them, but there's some applications running and I might crash these applications, which led me to write this post with ...
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1answer
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Centos install in Xen problems

I'm running ubuntu 12.04.1, and I want to install CentOS 5 or 6 using network installation via http. Using xen images from http://mirror.centos.org/centos/5.7/os/x86_64/images/xen/ my config: ...
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1answer
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Explain CentOS 5 vs. CentOS 6 - why are releases not sequential?

I was confused about why my new server had CentOS 5.9 installed on it, when CentOS 6.3 is available. But CentOS 5.9, it turns out, is actually the latest release. Why are 5.x versions being released ...
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ssh publickey doesn't work

UPDATE: I've solved this strange problem by simply restart sshd. However, I'm still wondering why, because I didn't change any configs since the server started. I have 2 servers, one installed CentOS ...
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1answer
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Block outgoing connections for certaing uids (root, apache, nobody)

With iptables in CentOS 5 and 6 Linux - how can you please prevent processes running as root, apache or nobody from initiating outgoing connections? On CentOS 5 Linux I've tried putting these lines ...
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3answers
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CentOS6 installation from CentOS5 box?

I am trying to build a new CentOS 6 VM from my CentOS 5 host, but it appears that something fundamental has changed between these versions: $ rpm -ivh --nodeps --nodigest --ignorearch --ignoreos ...
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Upgrade CentOS 5.x to CentOS 6.x - tips and techniques

Now that CentOS 6.0 is making its way to the various mirror sites, I wanted to solicit opinions on the upgrade process. In working with the commercial RedHat 5.6 and 6.x distributions for the past few ...