I'm trying to open up the MySQL (3306) port on my EC2 instance and even though I've added the rule, it appears the port is still closed. Do I need to reboot my instance for the policy changes to take effect?
on 10/27/2012 – Made popular on 10/27/2012
We have created a MySQL RDS instance on AWS called "lolbob" and while dumping our data over port 3306 using the user that was created during instance creation (also called "lolbob") it fails because we have some stored procedures that require the SUPER permission in MySQL.
After googling around for a bit we concluded that the recommended solution to this known problem(TM) is to
So I've done this a few dozen times on a 'normal' box (not in EC2) and it seems simple enough. I was trying to run ssh on port 22 and 80 but I couldn't, for the life of me, figure out why I can't connect through port 80 but I can connect fine using port 22.