[rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

Peter Nikolaidis petern at paradigmcc.com
Wed Feb 22 07:06:39 EST 2017


Hi François,
I just recently moved back to RT after three years of coping with ConnectWise and Autotask. I am presently running RT/Apache on a t2 nano and Postgres on another t2 nano instance. I have not noticed the behavior you reported, but have noticed that, sometime in the last week or so, apache2ctl restart no longer works, but /etc/init.d/apache2ctl restart does. I haven't had time to investigate this yet. 
Best,
Peter 

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From: François Meehan <fmeehan at vuwall.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 2:11 PM
Subject: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2
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Hi, 
I have restored a production instance of RT to an Amazon EC2 t2.small virtual machine. It has 2 Gig of RAM. 
I can’t get Apache with Mod_FCGI to work but RT will run ok when using the stand alone server. 

There are no error message to help. 
One particularity of EC2 is that is does not have a memory Swap file configured. I wonder if this can cause the issue. 
Has anyone successful at running RT 4 on EC2?
Thanks in advance, 
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