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comment CentOS - Allow FTP access through IPtables
Can you paste the output of iptables -L -n ?
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comment MySQL won't start: “Can't start server : Bind on unix socket: Operation not permitted”
ps -waux |grep -i 'mysqld' - is it running already?
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comment Puppet - conditionally overriding a built-in default value
I love you, lol. Thanks! #highFive
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comment seprate mysql server and eth0 configuration
eth1 is for internet in this case; did you mean eth0 ?
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Dec
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answered How to check if MySQL replication is using SSL
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comment MySQL-5.5.10 - Lost connection to MySQL server during query (Both Web Clients and MySQL Slaves)
Was it set on master and slave ?
Dec
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comment Amazon EC2 - how to determine how busy each CPU is
Show more output? How are you determining the process CPU consumption?
Dec
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comment Amazon EC2 - how to determine how busy each CPU is
You're not reading this page correctly: aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types - a Medium, just like a micro has one core. Try it on a large and you'll see 2 CPU's.
Dec
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comment Amazon EC2 - how to determine how busy each CPU is
I've had no issues with top, a micro is a strange beast; it's a single core, with up to 2 ECU's for very short intervals. That means if you're having a short 1-30second burst of CPU draw, it will burst that high, but afterwards the performance goes into the crapper. You can paste output or a screenshot of your top output for futher analysis, but you've only got 1 core with a performance of 2ECU's, which is akin to 1 core @ 2GHZ for a short period of time.
Dec
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comment Amazon EC2 - how to determine how busy each CPU is
To see all cores/threads, press '1' in top. an 'ECU' in amazon terminology has nothing to do with cores.
Dec
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comment How can I get ServerAlias to work?
^-- Safado is correct