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accepted Should I worry about an Amazon AWS doomsday scenario?
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comment Should I worry about an Amazon AWS doomsday scenario?
When I was thinking about another account I was thinking about an account in another name using completely different billing, so if like you said for whatever reason Amazon throws us overboard we could set everything up again on that other account. I think we would have had to have pissed off Amazon pretty badly for them to stalk us across accounts. I don't think the line of work we're in would ever set us up for that, but it doesn't hurt to be cautious I suppose.
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comment How do I make sphinx restart when I reboot my Ubuntu server?
This also worked for me!
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comment Ubuntu: On a network with many clients there are two machines that can't access the web via a browser at the same time
Also we have this same problem across two routers, both of which have been factory reset. So I doubt it's the AP (I'm guessing AP means access point?)
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comment Ubuntu: On a network with many clients there are two machines that can't access the web via a browser at the same time
They get time out errors. In Firefox the status bar just sits there saying "Connecting" until it times out. Neither computer is using a proxy, neither is the network, I can't speak for the ISP. Other protocols work as they can both ping the web and use Skype, so it's just HTTP with the problem.
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