Hello everyone I would like to ask for your assistance regarding scenario below. using my local ubuntu machine I want to access and create an executable to my AWS Instance machine. I tried to use same commands with my executable file however it doesn’t work, but works if I just paste the command on my CLI, it doesn’t push thru
I am running below command to ingress in aws-cli, it is working fine if I provide an IP address, but I want it to know the IP and pass it. I was trying something like below but it is not helping If I am doing below then it works but I want it to be done by above way. Answer
I run a script which stores a value in a variable like this: Now I have a file called env-list which has an entry like this: I want to redirect the output of first command to paste after = sign in env-list file, so that my env-file holds the secret value from first command: secret=value. I am struggling a lot
I have attached an external EBS volume of 650GB to my ubuntu instance with a root volume of 250GB. 650GB is attached to /xvdg-volume But if I check the df -h command it is not displaying the entire volume. You can see that in the following image: /xvdg-volume is only 350GB Does anyone say why this is happening in my
Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. We don’t allow questions about professional server or networking-related infrastructure administration on Stack Overflow. You can edit the question so it’s on-topic for Stack Overflow. Closed 7 months ago. Improve this question I’m running a rails server with docker on EC2, it has 64G volume.
I’m learning to deploy Spring Boot apps on AWS EC2. And I know how to automate app launch, when I start the EC2 instance, I don’t need to manually use the command java -jar java-service.jar, I just add this command in the /etc/rc.local file and that is all. But I have 2 microservice, and I want to start both of
Machine details: Cloud: AWS OS: Linux ip-10-196-64-140.eu-west-1.compute.internal 4.14.209-160.335.amzn2.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 2 23:31:46 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Error details: Answer I tried to reproduce the issue, and it fails when you run yum with python3 instead of python2: You should use python2, not python3 for yum: It seems that in your instance default python version was changed
I was using Jupyter notebook on AWS AMI and using the port forwarding on Windows using PuTTY. I got my connection terminated and all the work of 24 hours is lost now and I’m unable to get that. So I used a script instead of Notebook and the same thing happened. I used to think that the process would keep
I’m fairly new to Proxy servers and how they work exactly. I recently span up an AWS EC2 instance to act as a proxy server using tiny proxy. Everything seems to work just fine however i am curious about something. Is it possible to configure tiny proxy to use a different public IP each time it makes a request ?
I have a bunch of secrets (key/value) pairs stored in AWS Secrets Manager. I tried to parse the secrets using jq as: It retrieves the value stored in .PASSWORD, but the problem is I not only want to retrieve the value stored in key but also want to retrieve the key/value in the following manner: By running the above command