Sorry for newbie question.
I know that i can mount s3 buckets with s3fs on EC2 instance. So i have next question can i somehow mount Amazon Cloud Front (my S3 buckets files) in EC2 instance?
on 03/15/2012 – Made popular on 03/15/2012
As a new user of SSH and the Amazon AWS EC2 Dashboard, I am trying to test to see whether I can, in one instance, save data onto a volume, then access that data from another instance by adding the volume to the instance (after terminating the first instance).
When I create the first instance, the AMI is "Amazon Linux AMI 2014.03.2 (HVM)" and the family is "general purpose" with EBS storage only.
Also the instance is small and it has vary low CPU and EAM usage but it
generates a lot of content, so it can be considered like a web server
serving small amount of static files (not of a big size) to many clients.
From the technical point of view there is no problems for such instance to handle the load
serving many MBs per seconds.
I just started with Amazon web services, and I have an EC2 instance. I downloaded the JAVA SDK and the Eclipse toolbox. I am able to run a sample program locally on my PC and connect to the Amazon databases, etc. My question is, what do I need to do to get this working on my EC2 instance? This may not even be specific to AWS. On Eclipse, I can just "Run as Application" and run any code.
I am using virtual box to run Ubuntu on my machine. I mount the /var/www folder of my amazon instance to my ubuntu machine using sshfs. But lately, I have been always experiencing that after ten minutes or so, the mounted drive freezes and I am unable to touch the files anymore.
I am trying to load test an amazon centos instance sitting behind the amazon loadbalancer.
The application is written on php and uses the elastic cache and media is stored in s3 bucket.
When the server gets more than 1000 concurrent requests its starts giving "Apache interanl dummy connection" and the pages dont load when tried externally, even though the load uptime metric does not go beyond 1.