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May
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revised How do you find which Amazon AWS EC2 instances are not covered by a Reserved Instance reservation?
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May
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answered How do you find which Amazon AWS EC2 instances are not covered by a Reserved Instance reservation?
May
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comment Tomcat and domain and SSL
Can you share your server.xml config?
Feb
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answered How can I upgrade to Java 1.8 on an Amazon Linux Server?
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Nov
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comment Where do I find the SSL configuration for a tomcat 6 web server?
You may be able to find the process listening on port 443 with this command: sudo netstat -tulpn | grep :443
Nov
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comment Where do I find the SSL configuration for a tomcat 6 web server?
The only connectors configured are for ports 8080 and 8009. So if your server is accessible by https (port 443) there must be another process handling the SSL/TLS in front of Tomcat. If not Apache, maybe Nginx.
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Oct
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comment tomcat not able to start in jpda start mode
See my edit....
Oct
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revised tomcat not able to start in jpda start mode
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Oct
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comment Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
That's odd. See my edit.
Oct
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revised Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
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Oct
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comment Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
So you created a new key, downloaded it and converted the private key using PuttyGen?
Oct
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answered Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
Oct
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comment Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
Sorry if this sounds stupid, but are you sure you're connecting to the right instance? The public dns and ip address may change when you stop/start, unless you have an Elastic IP assigned.
Oct
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comment Amazon ec2 Ubuntu no ssh after update and reboot
Did you double check that your Putty session is still pointing to the private key under Connection - SSH - Auth? Putty does not save changes to session automatically.
Oct
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answered tomcat not able to start in jpda start mode