FEMP stack on Amazon EC2

submited 02 August 2018

staktrace.com recently migrated a bunch of stuff to Amazon EC2, running on a FEMP (FreeBSD, nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack. Few things were fiddled with to get it running smoothly, so the article is documentation of the steps in case anybody else is trying to do this.

This howto assumes you have an Amazon AWS account and some familiarity with how to use it.

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