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May
22
comment How do you find which Amazon AWS EC2 instances are not covered by a Reserved Instance reservation?
Instances and RI reservations are all in the same region, but of different sizes. I just updated the question to better reflect the desired result.
May
22
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May
22
revised How do you find which Amazon AWS EC2 instances are not covered by a Reserved Instance reservation?
added example scenario to better explain desired output
May
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asked How do you find which Amazon AWS EC2 instances are not covered by a Reserved Instance reservation?
Apr
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comment Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
@thanikkal Sorry, we didn't get this set up yet. It is a deferred priority for us, to be addressed at a later date.
Feb
4
comment Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
@ShaneMadden SNI might be an option we could take - thanks for pointing it out! (we probably couldn't acquire enough IPs from Amazon since they have a 5 IP limit per AWS account).
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accepted Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
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comment Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
@Patrick this is super helpful - thanks!!! I'm not sure if this will work on ec2, but it is enough to get us thinking - answer awarded.
Feb
4
comment Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
@Patrick - hmmm - "the other will take all of its IPs". Is this even possible on Amazon EC2, even with Elastic IPs? Or do you need access to the iron to be able to support this feature? I need to investigate...
Feb
4
comment Is there a Linux HA software load balancer that serves HTTPS for multiple unrelated domain names but balances to a single web server cluster?
@Patrick, I forgot to cover the multi-IP vs SNI issues - thanks for clarifying. That being said, thanks so much for the pointers to Pacemaker and ldirectord, I'll check them out asap. Any pointers/links for how to set this up easily?
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