PHP on Windows, IIS, FastCGI results in MySql Sleeping Connections and Too Many Connections error

Not long ago we moved a wordpress based website from an ovh account to a windows server we already had running other things. (Nothing against OVH, just no point in having another server when we have excess already). We’ve run a number of wordpress installs on IIS and Windows, and the FastCGI implementation seems to … Continue reading “PHP on Windows, IIS, FastCGI results in MySql Sleeping Connections and Too Many Connections error”

Home Raising in Houston, after Harvey

Raising your home further above the ground is something I just heard of in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Houston Texas. It’s not inexpensive, but apparently there are actual options for this, including raising a house that is on a slab (pier and beam can obviously be raised without nearly as much effort). I’m … Continue reading “Home Raising in Houston, after Harvey”