I would like to thank you for the appliances. They are huge time savers.
I have setup a trac appliance on Amazon EC2 using the Turnkey Hub with the new Ubuntu 11.04 appliances that just came out.
I've attached a 1GB EBS volume to it and used the following commands to mount the partition and create a symblic link.
ebsmount-manual --format=ext3 /dev/sdf and ln -s /media/ebs/vbd-2160/a1b2 /vol
Now, I would like to move the web root, trac data, and repositories to the EBS volume in case something ever happens to the instance.
What steps would I take to do so?
I would assume that moving the /var/www would be the following:
# make the new doc root for apache mkdir /vol/var # move instance doc root to new doc root area mv /var/www /vol/var/www # make the new doc root for apache ln -s /vol/var/www /var/www # restart apache so new doc root is used /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
If that is correct, I would like to do the same for the trac data and database, and the repository directories.