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asked How can I add an EC2 instance that I already have running to an Amazon OpsWorks stack?
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comment How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
Tried that too :( I'll have to go through it all with a fine-toothed comb, no doubt there's a typo somewhere.
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comment How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
Neither AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys or AuthorizedKeysFile %h/.ssh/authorized_keys make a difference I'm afraid. (Restarted sshd after config change)
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comment How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
Added. ~/.ssh/config does not exist
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comment How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
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asked How can I allow the user “postgres” on one server to rsync to another?
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comment Drop in solution for logging to DB
I'm looking got a generic solution that will take log files from any process. However if it helps I'm mainly concerned with Nginx, Gunicorn, Celery, Postgres and syslogs
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asked Drop in solution for logging to DB
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accepted Is it safe to mount an EBS drive at /mnt/some_name and reboot my EC2 instance?
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comment Is it safe to mount an EBS drive at /mnt/some_name and reboot my EC2 instance?
I am using EBS as my root, but /mnt/ is ephemeral instance storage.
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comment Is it safe to mount an EBS drive at /mnt/some_name and reboot my EC2 instance?
I'm not just worried about the data either, I want to know that services that require access to /mnt/some_name can start automatically after reboot.