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comment Max number of elastic IPs that can be attached to single instance?
@ceejayoz it's about private IPs.
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comment Max number of elastic IPs that can be attached to single instance?
I searched the manual and I couldn't find a viable answer. @NathanC it's definitely possible to add more than one. By default it's five max. I didn't find notice about max in general.
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comment Prevent Flash file hotlinking from Amazon S3
Have you ever received any response to this?
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accepted Is it possible to serve different DocumentRoot from Virtual Host in Apache conf depending on IP of the visitor?
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comment Is it possible to serve different DocumentRoot from Virtual Host in Apache conf depending on IP of the visitor?
Actually I wondered if it's possible to place conditional directly into the VirtualHost definition.
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asked Is it possible to serve different DocumentRoot from Virtual Host in Apache conf depending on IP of the visitor?
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accepted Something eats all memory (I suspect memory leak on some app). How to detect what?
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comment Something eats all memory (I suspect memory leak on some app). How to detect what?
I've not noticed any change in number of processes. Basically when I do top, while server is dying of load I see a very similar picture to what I've attached in original question, except the huge load :| Server is physical.
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comment Something eats all memory (I suspect memory leak on some app). How to detect what?
The problem in my case is kinda weird. Even when the load is huge and server swaps heavily, there's plenty of free memory (as I understood after I read about buffers and caches). top doesn't show any process hogging memory increasingly. But load goes up and at some point server becomes unusable :| Thanks for the detailed response.
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comment Something eats all memory (I suspect memory leak on some app). How to detect what?
yes found that link and read about buffers and caches, but as far as I could get from what I read, they cannot cause swapping, can they?
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comment Something eats all memory (I suspect memory leak on some app). How to detect what?
These are handy commands, thanks I will note them for future. But the problem is that there are always the same processes on top (you can see them in attached screenshot) - apache, mysql, liquidsoap, icecast. And they use (or at least are shown to use) the same amount of memory (negligible really), even when server is dying of load :|