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answered rsync to EC2 using ssh -i
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comment rsync to EC2 using ssh -i
Using it already? That's my bad then. Unfortunately, that puts this into the realm of "it works on my machine", which is annoyingly unhelpful.
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comment rsync to EC2 using ssh -i
+1 for ionFish. I just verified this exact issue with my own AWS setup. Relative path to the private key fails with the above error, full absolute path works. I'm guessing it's a subshell issue, but use the full path and you should be fine.
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comment Where does apache store initialization state for mod_proxy_balancer
Agreed about the state storage, I was surprised the first time I noticed it, and more curious each time it happens. Posted the config for review.
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comment Where does apache store initialization state for mod_proxy_balancer
Running v2.2.20 (Ubuntu), so not using the new features in 2.4, and not loading the slotmem module. The issue seems to persist beyond just reboots; the LB/RP runs in Amazon EC2 and the "remembered state" exists in my stored AMI. It may be time for me to do some code spelunking, as I am curious where the init values come from if you don't provide them in proxy_balancer.conf.
Sep
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comment Where does apache store initialization state for mod_proxy_balancer
So it would seem. It is unclear what Enabled state will be when I add a server IP into the rotation, if that server was once a part of the balancer group.
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asked Where does apache store initialization state for mod_proxy_balancer
Aug
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comment cx_Oracle - InterfaceError: Unable to acquire Oracle environment handle
Would you share the part of your init script that sets those two environment variables? I've had that problem a million times and it has always been a matter of getting the environment configured early enough. I'm hoping to see something in the setup that would help.
Aug
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comment AWS elastic load balancer basic issues
Understood. An easy way to verify that you are having ELB problems is to replace the ELB with a suitable instance (let's say m1.small for now) and start up Apache in reverse-proxy mode. If you can get the desired throughput from your micro array, then it is clearly ELB and I would be very interested to see the ab output posted here, it would be incredibly helpful.
Aug
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comment Why would adding a datafile cause a deadlock in Oracle?
The "no row" looks familiar and might be a clue. Any chance your dumpfile includes tables with unindexed foreign keys? Just a thought.
Aug
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comment AWS elastic load balancer basic issues
Yes, you are not reading the documentation. Micros are not intended for significant load, Amazon is quite clear about this. You are consuming your "fair use" budget and getting clamped. Your 6 micros are costing you 12c/hr, replace them with a c1.medium at 16.5/hr and retest.
Aug
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comment AWS elastic load balancer basic issues
"Worthless" is a bit strong, don't you think? Plenty of firms run sites with hundreds or thousands of instances fronted by ELB.
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comment AWS elastic load balancer basic issues
+1 for identifying the oxymoron: load-balanced micros are the jumbo shrimp of the cloud world. For cheap capability, switch to load-balanced c1.mediums (5 ECU per).
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comment Why would adding a datafile cause a deadlock in Oracle?
Understood about manual control of disk space, and the unknowns of a random issue. One of the fun things about Oracle is the depth of arcane detail one can wallow around in. GL.