Radio Noise Project An experiment

Server Reorg Part 2

Last time I had the following setup: $5/mo Linode VPS for a mail server that also has Prosody for XMPP (1 CPU/1 GB RAM/25 GB SSD) CPX11 Hetzner €3.99/mo VPS for Foundkey (a Misskey fork) (2 CPU/2 GB RAM/40 GB SSD) $8/mo OVH VPS that posts this blog as well as a Gitea and Woodpecker CI instance (1 CPU/2 GB RAM/40 GB SSD) Today, I’ve now replaced the OVH VPS with another Hetzner CPX11, this time running CentOS Stream 9.

Server Reorg Part 1

My current server situation is a huge mess at the moment. As a result of various experimentation of various self-hosted stuff, my current collection of servers is: $5/mo Linode VPS for a mail server that also has Prosody for XMPP (1 CPU/1 GB RAM/25 GB SSD) CPX11 Hetzner €3.99/mo VPS for Foundkey (a Misskey fork) (2 CPU/2 GB RAM/40 GB SSD) $8/mo OVH VPS that posts this blog as well as a Gitea and Woodpecker CI instance (1 CPU/2 GB RAM/40 GB SSD) Having servers on three separate providers with different pricing structures is… not ideal.

Don't Blindly Optimize Postgres

I just recently reverted my postgresql.conf on my Misskey instance back to the default settings (or rather I copied a stock version of that file from another Debian install). For about a month I was using a config based on the ones generated from PgTune for my server (2 GB RAM, SSD, 2 cores). However I ran into performance problems, specifically searching stuff kept timing out. Once I reverted to the stock configuration, searches worked like they used to.
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