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fixing site build issue

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Tiernan O'Toole
Tiernan O'Toole committed Jul 13, 2018
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disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/29/NewSite.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/29/NewSite.html
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- 2012/08/29/NewSite.html
- 2012/08/29/newsite.html

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So, this site is brought to you by [GIT][1], [Jekyll][3] and Magic... here is how i did it...

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- 2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html
- 2012/08/30/autoscalling-with-amazon.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html
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disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html

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I have a few [Amazon EC2][1] instances running on a project, and one of these instances was known as the Zombie Instance! Every time i killed it, it came back to life a few min later... I found out that i, at some point, set that instance to be in an [AutoScaling][2] group. Any time the instance died, Amazon would check and restart the instance. So, how did I kill this undead instance? Check out "[Auto Scaling with Amazon EC2 II][3]" on LLOVIZNA's blog. They had the same issue i had (trying to kill the Auto Scaling group gives an error) and figured out how to do it. Handy stuff. Now the instance is dead, and hopefully it wont come back any time soon... Mind you, When AutoScaling works correctly, it can be very cool indeed!

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- 2015/04/01/Duplicity_Hubic.html
- 2015/04/01/duplicity_hubic.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2015/04/01/Duplicity_Hubic.html
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disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2015/04/01/Duplicity_Hubic.html

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I mentioned [HubiC][1] in my [last post][3], and in it i said that you could use [Duplicity][4] for backups. Well, this is how you get it to work...

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