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Niraj J

On "Amazon S3 is used for storage of shared objects, log files, database dumps etc."

Are you using this directly from the application to write to S3 OR is it as a backup mechanism.

I would expect that writing to log files at runtime on S3 over remote connection could be a performance issue.

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Jay Ridgeway

The S3 writes are used for backups. I like to think of the EC2 disk as a buffer. :)

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