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comment Why is it impossible to create AWS Auto Scaling Launch Configuration with c4 instance as Spot Instance?
Use the free AWS support forums. It's for those without the paid plans.
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comment Why is it impossible to create AWS Auto Scaling Launch Configuration with c4 instance as Spot Instance?
What did AWS support say about this?
Apr
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answered New EC2 server, C: drive is full. What can I do?
Apr
25
comment forward subdomain with route 53 to ec2 instance with node js
If it's on the same instance, within the same nodejs server (ie. on the same port), then there's nothing route 53 can do to help you. As long as both your root and app domains have the same A record, the route53 config is correct. You need to configure your nodejs server to observe the Host: header and deliver the correct contents.
Apr
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comment forward subdomain with route 53 to ec2 instance with node js
Are your root nodejs and app nodejs servers running on the same instance? If so, are they within one nodejs server or two nodejs servers running on different ports?
Apr
20
answered How to mirror AWS EC2-Instance data?
Apr
14
answered Two domains, same NS and Elastic IP redirect
Apr
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comment Launch new EC2 instance with a specified EBS volume attached
I added details to my answer above.
Apr
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revised Launch new EC2 instance with a specified EBS volume attached
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Apr
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answered Launch new EC2 instance with a specified EBS volume attached
Mar
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comment What is the difference between changing instance type(increasing ram capacity) and auto scaling on AWS?
If you are using an Elastic IP then you do not need to update DNS. But if you are using the default public IP then you will need to update DNS.
Mar
24
comment Amazon EC2 - need to change IP address without downtime
ELB cannot have an elastic ip. So change your DNS to point as a CNAME to the ELB. Wait a week. The set an elastic IP on your instance and move the DNS to that. After a week you can then remove the ELB.
Mar
17
answered Locally runnable VM to simulate Amazon EC2 host
Feb
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answered Create Windows AMI from EBS snapshot
Jan
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answered Load Balancer, EC2 - HTTPS Connection
Dec
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comment AWS EC2 Auto Scaling Groups, RDS, Route 53 and Constantly changing IP addresses
I answered this over here: serverfault.com/questions/655042/…
Dec
28
answered How do I link a security group to my AWS RDS instance
Dec
28
comment How do I link a security group to my AWS RDS instance
Is your RDS instance inside a VPC?
Dec
24
comment AWS EC2 Auto Scaling Groups, RDS, Route 53 and Constantly changing IP addresses
The simplest thing though is to use Elastic IP addresses for single instances that need to be reached from the outside world.
Dec
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comment AWS EC2 Auto Scaling Groups, RDS, Route 53 and Constantly changing IP addresses
Are you just using a single instance? Why are you using auto-scaling? You can use auto-scaling in a min/max = 1 configuration to keep your single instance alive. When using a single instance, you can still benefit from ELB. ELB becomes your safety net and it avoids the need to do DNS changes. Another thing you can do is use an Elastic IP address to keep your IP constant.