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    [ubuntu] Re: Have to constantly restart mysql service

    I looked and I guess I"m not using InnoDB even though it is enabled. I ran mysqltuner and I see my max possible memory size is 101% of my installed memory so I'm going to fine tune the my.cnf file
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    [ubuntu] Re: Have to constantly restart mysql service

    Oh I forgot to add that I also stopped the Proftpd and Webmin services and now the site hasn't crashed since. I found out of my admins had installed proftpd on the server and the crashes corresponded...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Have to constantly restart mysql service

    I'll try to tune my InnoDB settings. I've googled "ubuntu mysql innodb_buffer_pool_size" and found several interesting articles so I'll work with those.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Have to constantly restart mysql service

    It sounds like I need to adjust the mysql memory settings. Does anyone have any tips on where to start on that? I suppose I need to adjust stuff related to mysql memory usage, cache or buffers?
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    [ubuntu] Have to constantly restart mysql service

    I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 on an EC2 Micro instance. I have a very small Joomla 1.5 site there. The server also has webmin, vsftp and awstats installed. Typically ram usage on the instance is around...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure Juju Boostrap error

    Yup, simply adding


    default-series: oneiric

    as the last line of my yaml config file did the trick! Thanks for the help. Now I am getting another error regarding "Cloud not find any Cobbler...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure Juju Boostrap error

    Thanks for the response! I'll try it out and report back on this thread
  8. [ubuntu] Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure Juju Boostrap error

    Hi, while following this document:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuCloudInfrastructure

    I get to step 2 where I need to configure a yaml file

    I vim it and here's my config:

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