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comment Hibernating Ubuntu on EC2 instance?
They can't really prevent hibernation, since hibernation is basically: write some data to disk, then power off. Which is the same as a regular shutdown (except less data is typically written at shutdown), which is allowed.
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comment Configuring mod_proxy to forward 503 errors instead of swalling them?
Seems like a duplicate of stackoverflow.com/questions/2531895
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comment Hibernating Ubuntu on EC2 instance?
As for billing, I did not run long enough to be able to tell.
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comment Hibernating Ubuntu on EC2 instance?
The instance is stopped. they don't charge for stopped state. Quoting from aws.amazon.com/ec2/#pricing "Pricing is per instance-hour consumed for each instance, from the time an instance is launched until it is terminated or stopped." Or from aws.amazon.com/ec2/faqs/… Q: What defines billable EC2 instance-hours? Instance-hours are billed for any time your instances are in a “running” state. If you no longer wish to be charged for your instance, you must "stop" or "terminate" the instance to avoid being billed for additional instance-hours.
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answered Hibernating Ubuntu on EC2 instance?
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comment Filename length limits on linux?
Sorry, but I'am new here an can't even comment, save vote. The previous answer (by sfp) should be upped, as it answers the question completely, while the others are partially off. Again, sorry for going besides the rules, but I can't be quiet when the best answer is at the bottom.