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Steps to Increase AWS Disk Size

Steps to Increase AWS Disk Size

Steps to Increase AWS Disk Size 1. Login to AWS Console 2. Click EC2 and navigate to your currently running instances. 3. Click the instance and note down your Root device and Block Device 4. Click on Block Devices then click EBS ID to navigate to your volume page. In other way, you can directly click the volumes under Elastic Block Storage and reach the same page:   5. Click the Actions -> Modify Volume and Increase the size then…

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How to deploy angular 2/4/5/6 application from bitbucket to Nginx Server in AWS EC2

How to deploy angular 2/4/5/6 application from bitbucket to Nginx Server in AWS EC2

How to deploy angular 2/4/5/6 application from bitbucket to Nginx Server in AWS EC2: Prerequisite: Make sure you have installed following in your linux machines: Nginx server. git. Account in bitbucket (atleast in github to clone some angular app).   1. Create temp folder in root path and do git clone: sudo git clone -b my-Branch https://YOURUSERNAME@bitbucket.org/YOURUSERNAME/YOURPROJECT Here my-Branch is branch name, if you want the master to be cloned then your url will be like this, sudo git clone…

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Connecting aws ec2 mysql from workbench

Connecting aws ec2 mysql from workbench

Hello all, After a lot of struggle I finally made connection to aws ec2 mysql from workbench, posting here to help you guys. Connecting aws ec2 mysql from workbench:     If you are getting any other exceptions then do validate the below steps once again,   Step 1: Creating root user with all the privileges: CREATE USER ‘root’@’18.188.178.178’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘root1’; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON javadomain.* TO ‘root’@’18.188.178.178’; javadomain => database schema (which I created directly in linux mysql…

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