Recommend an Amazon EC2 AMI for CentOS?
I used the RightScale EC2 Instance, and changed it around, and saved it to
my S3 space.
(I put a COD4 Server on it to see if it worked....)
Unfortunately, I didn't save it after I put COD4 on it, so I only have my
base image (nothing special really, you could reproduce it in about 20
minutes...), AND the COD3 files saved to my S3 space, so I don't have to
re-upload that data. I was hoping to make a persistent drive to my s3 space
and then just start and stop the server at will, without having to save the
state each time.
I just ran out of time, moving to a new house, etc....
I was hosting a COD4 server in my garage for a friend, as I had FTTH. I
moved (I really miss the FTTH) and was looking for a solution for him....
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> I see one mention in the forums of someone using the
> CentOS5Web AMI, but I can't find anything about its provenance.
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