Change is good, unless your pants are loose – in which case, change can weigh things down and cause a lot of embarrassment.
After a number of years, I’ve moved my sites off my server at home to a server hosted elsewhere – it’s gone from an aging NT Server 4 box running Apache 1.3.14 (which has been remarkable stable despite what you may think) to a Debian box running the 2.42 kernel and Apache 1.3.33 which is a heap faster, but nonetheless, it’s not co-operating with my efforts to get things running smoothly.
Case in point – Server Side Includes, the httpd.conf file is setup as per what a zillion sites tell me it should look like and yet the files are not being included, this leave bits of my site like the renovations and wedding pages without navigation menus – which sucks. It’s probably something amazingly obvious but with the way things are at home and work I’m just too busy to get to the bottom of it. If anyone has suggestions, I’m open to giving them a try…
For those who feel like snooping, you can check out the uptime for http://inskeep.net via this handy wee site from Netcraft, while it doesn’t give you the historical stuff due to a lack of support by NT4 to provide such useful things as uptime.