@anthracite oof, good luck, i hope you don't have to evacuate
Mostly it’s that the river is already scary high, and the worst case projections show the storm surge getting to within a foot of the top of the levees. And the city is a big below-sea-level bowl.
Doesn’t help that the pumps broke the first time there was a really serious rain this year, too...
@anthracite I apologize if I have mentioned this already, especially given my memory issues due to the medication I take, but have you given thought to a S3 provider?
I'm not at all affiliated with anyone, only a happy customer, but Wasabi gives you free egress and through the use of a small cache in your `/tmp` folder via NGINX, there's no perceptible difference in performance :)
I recommend this solution to anyone running a Mastodon instance, big or small ^,==,^
Wasabi is an S3 provider themselves, or rather, they use the same/similar technology as Amazon AWS does. So if your project makes use of S3, you can simply plug Wasabi's details into it and off you go.
So far though, we've been extremely happy with them. Not a single issue so far. I'd really like more details though o..o
But it should be said that I'm *very* new to Cloud technology.
And yeah, Mastodon is poorly searchable. That's why I use hashtags so heavily #️⃣