Re: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-24 Thread François Meehan
I found a work around, instead of Apache I use NGINX and that works. Little did I know that sending mail from an EC2 instance is problematic to say the least. Thanks all for your help. On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 2:11 PM, François Meehan wrote: > Hi, > > I have restored a

Re: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-22 Thread Landon Stewart
On Feb 22, 2017, at 4:09 AM, Peter Nikolaidis > wrote: Sorry- too quick with the send button. I did have to add a separate swap partition because my instance was indeed running out of memory. I also was not able to quickly get fcgi working,

Re: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-22 Thread Peter Nikolaidis
Sorry- too quick with the send button. I did have to add a separate swap partition because my instance was indeed running out of memory. I also was not able to quickly get fcgi working, so I just moved on with standard Apache2. I am using the Amazon Ubuntu AMI. Peter -- Peter Nikolaidis,

Re: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-22 Thread Peter Nikolaidis
com> Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2017 2:11 PM Subject: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2 To: <rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com> 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

Re: [rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-21 Thread Andrew Huddleston
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

[rt-users] RT 4 on Amazon EC2

2017-02-21 Thread François Meehan
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