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EC2 retirement - Meteor / MongoDB

I am hosting my Meteor Application on an Amazon EC2 instance. Today I got a mail that my instance is scheduled for retirement until the end of month. I don't have any experience with that and what are ...
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How can I secure an insecure Meteor by using Nginx?

I have an insecure Meteor running on AWS. For those not familiar with Meteor, that means I am using the "insecure" package, which trades security for rapid prototyping. I only need our development ...
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nginx, meteor and phpmyadmin

I'm trying to get meteor and phpmyadmin working on a site using nginx as the front end. I have the meteor site now working, listening to its subdomain and have followed some instructions (for example ...
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NginX rewrites and absolute resource paths

On my domain, I have a subdomain for Meteor applications, say http://meteor.example.com/ Under this, I would like to put individual applicaions, with an URI for each. Say the meteor application ...
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Different enviroment variables depending on the subdomain

Is it possible with NGINX to pick different enviroment variables depending on the subdomain? And if yes how can I do that? Background: The environment variables link to a certain Mongo DB instance ...
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route port 3000 to apache2 alias

I have a meteor application running on port 3000. I can successfully connect to the program with www.myurl.com:3000, but would rather connect to it via www.myurl.com/myappname. I started with the ...
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nginx proxy folder to url

I have some sites I want to redirect with nginx: domain.com:1180 -> test.domain.com (static site) domain.com:1280 -> test.domain.com/promo (meteor.js website) On domain.com I have an nginx ...
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deploying meteor on my own domain (ubuntu)

I want to deploy my meteor app on my Ubuntu server, I used meteor.sh and everything went successfully, But i simply can't launch my app from the browser I'm putting my ip address and getting a 404 ...
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Proper upstart config for meteor?

I'm hoping to find out how to tell upstart that meteor will fork more than twice? I followed their instructions at http://upstart.ubuntu.com/cookbook/#how-to-establish-fork-count to count the forks ...
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Deploying N amount of meteor apps on a single server

I'm trying to (sort of) mimic the server setup of the official Meteor deploy infrastructure (the *.meteor.com subdomain deployments). If it's only a handful of known meteor apps, I can just run the ...
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Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently

I'm running a Meteor server on my Ubuntu server. But problems arise when I try to have Apache serving a subdomain on the same server. main.domain.com -> Meteor sub.domain.com -> Apache Meteor is ...
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Trying to install Meteor on CentOS

I have a brand new install of CentOS 6 64bit. I've been going through the installation process and when I get to #3 to start it up it looks like it's started. Trying to do #4, I open a new PuTTY ...
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Meteor: How do I run the documentation server and my app at the same time, if both run their own mongodb instance on the same port?

I'm trying to run the meteor documentation server and my app at the same time, but I can only run one at a time, out of the box. They both run their own instance of mongodb and so the ports colide...
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Install meteor server in debian (lenny)

I wonder how can I install this in a lenny machine. Well, this site has instructions on how to do this, but in step 3 I can't do cd /usr/local/meteor because this folder doesn't exist! How I can ...