Moved three sites to the new hosting environment. Installed Docker for Windows.

One of ’em suddenly got slow as heck; switched from Redis to file-based caching, all good now. (Shouldn’t it be the other way around? Then again, this is shared hosting, not a VPS, let alone dedicated HW.)

Good thing I don’t _need_, like, actual queue workers and stuff.


This web server’s able to deliver email to Gmail, how about that? And with a wrong DKIM record and all. Who needs SMTP?

I don’t _need_ email notifications; most of my WordPress installs push new comment notifications to my RSS reader instead. Guess I’ll stick with Mailgun for the one contact form I still have, just in case.

Hehe. Just went through my spam folder. Mailgun it is. (There’s probably better options, and I don’t want this to become yet another “single point of failure” and so on, but lousy email deliverability, unfortunately, is real—and caused, in part, by the sort of “crappy” shared hosting I’m constantly promoting. 😃)

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