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Found the answer: if the rescue mode mounted your filesystem for you then just edit the sshd_config and reboot, if it did not mount it for you then best guess not knowing your server specifics would be: mkdir /mnt/sos mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/sos nano /mnt/sos/etc/ssh/sshd_config that assumes your sda1 is your / if you made a separate partition for /boot ...
boot into rescue mode mount root filesystem (if not already mounted) restore old ssh config or fix your mistakes (in your rootfs, not the one from rescue system e.g /some/mount/point/etc/ssh/sshd_config) reboot into regular mode profit ;)
Amazon's CloudFront CDN lets you serve dynamic content, and I'd recommend going that route because just because you have a presence in a particular country, doesn't mean you have a great network route to all the users there, and a good CDN tries to ensure that's the case. See http://aws.amazon.com/cloudfront/dynamic-content/ if you want to learn more about ...
Performance will never be the same because you local server is a few feet away I suppose. Even if your hosted server is on the same city, you still need to take in consideration the time it takes every request to get to the server. Also, bandwidth will have a small effect too. Moving to a dedicated server might decrease TCP (network) latency a little, ...
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