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The dot character is not allowed in the filename of a cron script unless 14.04 truly has enabled Linux Standards Base, just A-Za-z0-9- - see this Launchpad Bug for more info Rename "backup.sh" to "backupsh". A better test than "sh backup.sh" would be "run-parts --verbose /opt/aws/". If run-parts does not show your filename, the cron will not run it.
Your PATH variable should be a list of directories, so given that your aws executable lives at /usr/local/bin/aws, your PATH should be this: /sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin Also, you're better off setting the shell via a "hashbang" like so, rather than using the SHELL environment variable, as this will allow crontab to automatically use the ...
There are many ways to skin this cat, but perhaps the most simple is to have a main "storage" node that has a high amount of network and storage IO bandwidth, which then exports its filesystem out to your application nodes via NFS. Then all of the application nodes will have the same "view" of the storage. To increase resiliency of the storage node, you can ...
Stock servers for Windows Server 2012 have a default policy of OFF-LINE for new storage it finds to mount. You can change that policy, but that wouldn't be "stock" anymore. A "stock Server" has no D: drive, so you're going to have to do something. At some point, you'll have to execute code from inside your "stock Server"+D:drive. This example takes a ...
The key pair remains, and you should have no problem SSHing to it. To be sure, I usually launch an instance of the AMI saved, before shutting down the instance that saved the AMI. You may need to launch the new AMI in an isolated VPC, or restrict its connectivity so it wont interfere.
You forgot the burst capacity. For both EBS magnetic and General purpose SSD, the "base" speed is as you said. Base speed is the minimuum guaranteed speed in any moment. But, while with magnetic disks you have a burst capacity of a "few hundreds", with SSD you can go up to 3000 iops. It then depends on what use you make of your machine: need stable constant ...
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