[rt-devel] RT on AWS EC2 Micro as a Community AMI?
martin.wheldon at greenhills-it.co.uk
Fri Apr 26 07:49:17 EDT 2013
You could try replacing Apache with Nginx, this would reduce your
Don't know whether it would get it low enough to run reasonably though?
On 2013-04-26 12:30, Christian Loos wrote:
> Hi Geert,
> I have tried this (Apache and MySQL) a few weeks ago and hat to
> from a Micro to a Small instance because the 613 MiB RAM of the Micro
> instance isn't enough.
> Am 25.04.2013 16:50, schrieb Geert Claes:
>> Has anyone successfully been able to install and configure RT
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>> on a AWS EC2 Micro instance?
>> A "Jeevan" seems to have succeeded but on a "Small" rather than a
>> (read free) EC2 instance:
>> I also found these:
>> (again Jeevan?)
>> Maybe one of the seasoned RT admins here could share a free
>> Contributed AMI (Amazon Machine Image) so that people can have a
>> play around
>> with RT quickly?
>> Anyhow, just a thought
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