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It is not possible to share a single EBS volume between multiple EC2 instances. Your diagram is offloading the data to a shared server. However, this shared server is simply another single-point-of-failure. So you're not saving yourself anything: if the AZ of that server goes down, then you've lost the data, even if the web server/VisualSVN server in ...


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Yes, that is possible and safe. Yes, that should be possible. But I recommend you to enable Amazon Load Balancer Sticky Session feature Yes, it should be possible with some caveats: you should be careful about network protocol used for accessing shared data. Subversion relies on file locking and atomic file move operations. SMB and SMB2 are known to be ...


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This is what works for me: Set a private IP as primary IP address in "AWS::EC2::Instance" resource: "NetworkInterfaces" : [ { "DeleteOnTermination" : true, "Description" : "Main interface", "DeviceIndex" : "0", "PrivateIpAddresses" : [ ...



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