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Apr
30
comment Multiple docker containers elastic beanstalk
@xuhdev: Right, but I want to prevent this from happening every time a new instance is spun up.
Apr
30
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Apr
30
comment Multiple docker containers elastic beanstalk
No, as far as I can tell they get started automatically.
Apr
30
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Dec
23
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Dec
23
comment Nginx welcome page returns
There is no nxdissite script on my server and that directory doesn't exist.
Dec
18
comment Nginx welcome page returns
@Sandman4: The pages are there though, because I can do git checkout -- index.html 404.html and that removes the overwritten Nginx pages.
Dec
18
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Dec
17
comment Nginx welcome page returns
@MarkWagner: If I start/stop, it works fine. No cloud-init modules beyond whatever the default is. What I've basically done is take a stock EC2 with Amazon Linux, installed Nginx, and used Git to pull down my website files.
Dec
16
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Dec
12
comment Nginx welcome page returns
@umläute: I've clarified the question.
Dec
12
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Dec
12
comment Nginx welcome page returns
@umläute: I was still diagnosing the problem when I wrote that. It does not happen on reboot, only when I create a new EC2 and use the AMI.
Dec
12
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Dec
12
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Dec
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Aug
25
comment can't start play! server on ec2 (play! framework)
So what's a safe way to bind to port 80?
Aug
25
comment can't start play! server on ec2 (play! framework)
Is it safe to do that?
Apr
20
comment How do you create a single robots.txt file for all sites on an IIS instance
I think it's HTTP Response Headers not HTTP Request Headers?