I thought easyengine was perrrrfect. Made the switch, launched some sexy digitalocean droplets and all was well!
Server space full…
Ok… let me delete some stuff.
SERVER SPACE FULL. AGAIN.
Whoa, ok… hmmm… google, google, google… forums, forums, forums…
Maria-DB? Ok, what’s that…? wait, I’m on easyengine V4, not V3… ok…
whoa, 3 hours have just gone by, and there’s 10 easyengine forum tabs open, and ZERO of them have a solution! Oh god. This is bad. my client is pissed his site is down (database connection error) and I told them this was gonna be EASY!!!
Oh, btw. if this is you and you’re also stuck… you gotta do this:
disable logging: comment out (use #)
log_bin in /var/lib/docker/volumes/global-db_db_conf/_data/conf.d/ee.cnf and set expired_logs_days to 1.
then narrow down where the logs exist…
hint: try here -->
or use this code and replace the word “folder” with folder names that have large files:
du -h / --max-depth=1
du -h /folder/ --max-depth=1
and once you find the folder with tons of large files inside it, create a new folder called ‘a’, drag all those mariadb files into it, and delete the folder.
Then! Then… create a new server, migrate your sites away from easyengine and use wordops. At least, that’s what I just did. Man that really got to me… easy my butt. that was annoying lol.
Wasn’t gonna post here but realized the golden rule, so there you go.
PS: if you wanna hate on wordops, well, let me know, because nobody hated on easyengine, and here we are