In approximately 60 days EasyApache will install Apache 2.4 as the default version. Please review the following links for more information about the differences between Apache 2.2 and 2.4. This change will only affect new EasyApache installs. Existing profiles which build Apache 2.2 will not be altered.
We will provide a reminder announcement about the change to Apache 2.4 30 days from now.
I want to change the priority of a process on my Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop, but I can't. I go into an app called "System Monitor", right click the process, and change the priority to "high". I then get this message: "Cannot change the priority of process with PID 4364 to -5. Permission denied." I have tried to give myself root. What does this mean, and is there a more acute way to change the priority?
I have various websites hosted on 1 same single EC2 instance so far. In the root EBS volume of such instance I have:
Codes and files of the websites which change every hour if not every minute
Apache and PHP configuration information which I change every one to two week for on-going development e.g. modifying the virtual hosts.