[ubuntu-cloud] Hello & Novice Query
ehammond at thinksome.com
Wed May 18 00:54:04 UTC 2011
Free tier is primarily about running a t1.micro instance. The AMI you
run just has to be 10GB or less to be free, so modern, official Ubuntu
AMIs qualify. Plus there are limits on snapshots network, etc.
However, t1.micros only have 613 MB memory, so it might be tough to fit
some applications and databases.
However, as I pointed out in your thread on the ec2ubuntu Google group,
there are no longer any supported AMIs for Ubuntu 9.04 or 9.10 as those
releases have reached their end of life.
On 05/17/2011 03:57 PM, Rodney Quillo wrote:
> I believe yes.
> On 5/18/11 6:52 AM, Rohit Thakral wrote:
>> Thanks Rodney for the prompt reply..
>> Can I use these with the free tier?
>> On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 11:50 PM, Rodney Quillo <imcocoy at gmail.com
>> <mailto:imcocoy at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> >Which Ubuntu AMI should I use?
>> You can check www.alestic.com <http://www.alestic.com> for Ubuntu
>> >Can I keep the database on the same server?
>> On 5/18/11 6:44 AM, Rohit Thakral wrote:
>> > Hello All,
>> > I am new to Amazon EC2. I would like to host our website using the
>> > Free tier provided by Amazon and using Ubuntu 9.10/9.04 (as I don't
>> > want to be in the trouble of installing PHP 5.2 on Ubuntu 10+).
>> > Is the above possible?
>> > Which Ubuntu AMI should I use?
>> > Can I keep the database on the same server? I mean what is EBS?
>> > Thanks for your patience with these stupid questions
>> > Regards
>> > Rohit
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