Hi! Sorry for this newbie question so do bear with my newbie-ness .I'm in the process of setting up an Apache2 web-server (CentOs 6 x86_64) on an Amazon's EC2 instance (it wi... [by kostas_123]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
LAMP is a software stack composed of Linux (an operating system as a base layer), Apache (a web server that "sits on top" of the OS), MySQL (or MariaDB, as a relational database management system), and finally PHP (a server-side scripting language that is used to process and display information stored in the database).
I'm managing multiple websites, most based on WordPress and all are based on LAMP stack.
I'm moving all my websites to Amazon cloud.
I'm new to AWS and my plan is moving 1 website by one, starting with my smallest website.
My question is should I put all my site on 1 EC2 instance and or 1
website on 1 separate instance?
This probably sounds stupid since anyone would definitely choose the l
I'm comming from a shared hosting, I have read and research and test several providers the last two days, I make a EC2 instance and installed Apache, php and mysql, and test my web app, my question is:
LAMP stack is a popular open source software platform for powering database-driven web applications on Linux. LAMP itself is an acronym for Linux, Apache web server, MariaDB database, and PHP dynamic server-side programming language.
I am trying to understand why I have a huge number of EBS IO request on my Amazon EC2 micro instance. I launched the instance roughly 6 days ago and has racked up over 4 million IO requests so far. The instance came pre loaded with a LAMP stack (virtualmin, php, apache, mysql).