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Writing Data to a Non RDS external DB endpoint
Hi, This is quite likely a pretty lame question but I have searched everywhere and cannot find any clear answer. Imagine this scenario.... I have access and credentials to a particular database endpoint sitting on a server outside of the AWS ecosystem. Not an RDS managed DB. I somehow create some data within the AWS ecosystem (for example.. say, from Textract....) and I want to write that data to my Database above. Is that possible? If so, which service in AWS is best to accomplish this? I have searched high and low and can only find info on writing to an RDS database. Would appreciate any help here. TIA.
Snowball tracking and receipt of device
We placed an order for a small 8 TB Snowball last week with 2 day shipping. We're almost a week out and we still haven't received a tracking number. Need to know what's going on or the delay. I was expecting it to get shipped out fairly quickly so we could time configuration and transfer of data into our S3 Glacier vault.
S3 replication path customised
I have been looking into the way how to customize the path where the object is getting replicated to on destination but haven't been successful so far. Basically the requirement is to move object under following path: **s3://bucket-a/folder1/folder2/file.txt** to **s3://bucket-b/folder2/file.txt** The only behaviour seem to be that the whole namespace is being copied across and on the target the path is **s3://bucket-b/folder1/folder2/file.txt** I have tried both prefix and tag based replication
Migrating RDS not in VPC (EC2 classic platform) to VPC
We have RDS (mysql) instances which are currently on EC2 classic platform. They are not in VPC and we have received notification from AWS to move them to VPC. We are following this [guide](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/UserGuide/USER_VPC.Non-VPC2VPC.html ) for migration. However, this process will take about ~20 minutes for us (creating snapshot and then restoring RDS from snapshot in a VPC). During this time, the updates happening to the current RDS will not be propagated to the new RDS. We'll have to do a data migration post this process to recover the lost data. We wanted to know if there is a better way to do this VPC migration. We don't want to loose the data or cause a huge downtime because one of the RDS is very heavily used. Please advise. Also, AWS is asking to complete this migration by August 15th. Will there be any disruptions caused to our existing RDS if we are not able to migrate the RDS by that date. Thanks!
WordPress Running Slow For Logged-In Customers
Hey! I recently installed WordPress on Amazon EC2 using the following guide https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/hosting-wordpress.html#install-wordpress Now, the issue I'm facing is that the WordPress website runs terribly slow when a customer logs in. It takes 5-6 seconds for him to be redirected to the dashboard. Surprisingly, the website runs fast for WordPress administrators. The same version of the website is also hosted on cloudways Vultr server and there the website runs blazing fast for Logged-in users.... I tried to tweak the php-fpm configurations, changed apache MPM from "Prefork" to 'worker" on AWS EC2 but no luck. Can anyone please help me figure out how can I speed up Apache to run WordPress faster on AWS EC2 as it is running on Cloudways server? Thanks!!
Server Migration from on-premises VMWare ESXi to AWS using AWS SMS
Hello, I would like to ask if Amazon Linux 2 is one of Linux VMs that supported with migration. As the list in this document, they didn't mention AL2 https://docs.aws.amazon.com/server-migration-service/latest/userguide/prereqs.html#os_prereqs Thanks.
Understand whats causing DataTransfer Cost (EC2 free service, tiny program)
Hi, I'm trying to understand whats causing DataTransfer costs in my program. After talking to AWS help, my EC2 instance (free tier) has apparently 'transferred' 13GB of data, however that doesn't make much sense to me. My program: 3rd Party RSS Feed ---> AWS EC2 Server running 3 python scripts, manipulating data and publishes to database ---> MongoDatabase (not AWS hosted) Whats weird to me, is that my Mongo Database is 4.44mb in total, so I dont understand how 13GB could have been transferred out of AWS. Is there a way for me to drill more into these costs so I can understand whats causing this data leak? Any help is appreciated!
AWS Application Migration Service doesn't support paravirtualized source servers
Hello everyone! AWS MGN states on the documentation that it doesn't support 'paravirtualized source servers'. Is it pertaining to servers using paravirtualized NIC and PVSCSI controllers? Reference: docs.aws.amazon.com/mgn/latest/ug/installation-requiremets.html Thank you!
EC2 linux instance migrated using Application Migration Service (ASM) does not initialize correctly Network
Hi, I have migrated a Redhat 7.2 linux machine that was previosly working on a VMWARE Host. I did that migration running the Application Migration Service Agent inside the linux machine, and although I was able to start the migrated EC2 instance on AWS, it did not started correctly. It seems the error may be related with the network interface, since when I do a config, I do not see a "eth0" device setup, I instead see a "virbr0" device, that seems to be a "bridge" or "virtualized" card. My suspect is that, since the Redhat 7.2 was running previously on a vmware, it had virtualized cards insted a normal eth0, and that virtualized card may be something specific of vmware that was not recognized by the Application Migration Service Agent when the migration was done. Is there any suggested why to use AMS (Application Migration Service) on such as environments ? How I can fix now that machine so the network is working ? Not sure if I can add now an "eth0" card to the actual EC2, or if I should delete the "virbr0" device and how--