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Space Planning for Turnkey Drupal?

calvin's picture

Greetings all. I have been playing with a local copy of the trunkey drupal system on my local machine using virtual box. Love it so far. But I am a newbie to Drupal, especially the sql database under the covers.

Eventually I want to run an instance of Turnkey Drupal in Amazon EC2 and I'm concerned about disk space planning. Do I need to plan on moving the database and other user content aspects of Drupal to an Amazon Elastic Block Storage system in order to beable to increase disk space in the future? Or is it possible to expand the size of the file system that the Drupal Turnkey system is on.

I'm digging around the Druapl site too but so far haven't found an answer. If there's anyone out there that's done this with a running instance of turnkey drupal on Amazon EC2, I'd love to hear from you.



Danny's picture

Any Answer

I would be interested in the answer as well.


calvin's picture

nope, note yet.

I'm going to ask around.

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