@thetomester13 I'm glad it was helpful! It was a fairly opinionated guide in that I specifically chose Gridsome for the SSG and GitLab/Gitlab CI for the git and CI platforms. But these steps can be adapted to other platforms.
And yes I find the colour cycling philips hue lights incredibly relaxing while I work
we pause the OLS development, (is in beta and is stable) to focus on Nginx Setup.
Now our focus is to create a open beta soon, then post those app on the Cloudron store.
and early next year make a some image intercompatible, so you can change from FastCGI + PageSpeed to only FastCGI, or From RedisFPC to FastCGI, ...
But we don't know for now what we will able to do, we are focusing to prepare open beta for now.
I would love to be part of the Open Beta since I don't use my Cloudron for anything production, just dev.
@girish This is part of my problem I posted about yesterday (in fact mastodon.host doesn't even work via HTTP anymore), but also, note the Sidkiq errors I mentioned that might be somewhat related to relays in general.
@d19dotca Yes, the limits are there to protect against the noisy neighbor problem which exists when many processes are competing for the same resources and ONE uses up more than their fair share.
Technically we could have all 30 Apps be set to 1+GB on a 16GB RAM system and it would work fine until one App behaved badly. Then the system would be in trouble as the OOM killer would select a potentially critical service to kill.
With limits, the system is happy, and the killing happens in containers instead.