I had this issue the other day using Amazon Linux AMI. Stand alone server would run, but httpd would spike to 100+% cpu, no error, no logs, no output.. eventually I gave up and used the Centos7 AMI, worked like a dream first time. I now run rt4 in aws.
Andrew Huddleston On 22 Feb 2017, at 6:12 am, François Meehan <fmee...@vuwall.com<mailto:fmee...@vuwall.com>> wrote: 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, -- [VuWall]<https://vuwall.com> François MEEHAN IT Administrator Administrateur TI T: +1 514-505-4436 Skype: VuWall-Support IMPORTANT NOTICE: This email, including any attachments, may contain privileged, confidential, and/or proprietary information, or may be subject to copyright. This email is intended only to be seen and used by the named addressee(s). If you are not the intended recipient of this email, you must not disclose or use the information contained in this email. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately, and permanently delete the original and any copies. We do not guarantee that this email and any attachments are free from virus or other errors. We will not be responsible for loss or damage resulting (either directly or indirectly) from any such virus or error. The content of and opinions expressed in this email are not necessarily the opinions held by Hillsong Church. If you believe this message is classified as a commercial electronic message in accordance with the Spam Act, you may indicate that you do not wish to receive further commercial electronic messages from us by sending an email to priv...@hillsong.com . Please consider the environmental impact before printing this email.