Never got time to make the disk persistant, with the new Elastic Block Store. Doh! Again.
Havent synced to S3 for a while, probably months. Doh! 3rd time.
Don't think Ive lost much critical stuff. All flurdy.com changes are gone, but google cache may retrieve some of it. All logs is also gone, and any recent changes to application databases...
And my subversion server was on the same server. Doh! 4th.
Wish I could afford to run more than one instance on ec2, so that I could spread load, seperate concerns and not have a single point of failure which kills everything!
Better start to get another server up and reconfigure it. But not sure when Ill get the time. But I also wont receive any email till then as it was also my email server!
Comments below were made on a legacy Blog, before move to current Blog (February 2019)
Ah its back up. Relieved.
Seems it got rebooted during the night.
Either the reboot command from elasticfox was really delayed... Or Amazon did some maintenance themselves.
Now S3 syncing...
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