This website has been having some performance problems lately, which turn out to have been caused by a server that was limiting the number of allowed connections.
To fix the problem, I have to move everything to a new server. That might result in a few glitches over the next few days. Sorry for the inconvenience. I hope when all is done it will result in better performance across the board.
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Thanks, I’ve actually got a Squarespace account, but I have a bunch of other requirements as well, so having access to my own server is pretty essential.
I actually went with A2Hosting on your own recommendation, and have been decently happy with the results — but I’m considering a switch to a cloud-based host if the cost justifies it. Right now I’m paying about $5 a month for 100GB of transfers, 250GB storage, and the usual mix of open source tools (MySQL, etc.). I suspect I may already have one of the best possible plans, but any suggestions for something better are welcome.
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