unfortionately your ssl-certificate is expired (and your settings are a little bit troublesome)
can you please take a look?
that's relativly easy to achive :)
edit your /etc/vsftpd.conf
if it's commented out, enable it
it should then look like this:
additionaly you can comment in / modify
after a restart of the vsftpd it should now...
have you opened your firewall (if present)
have you tried adding local ftp-users?
a relatively good tutorial is this one: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-vsftpd-for-a-user-s-directory-on-ubuntu-16-04
what does sysstemctl says? - check the status
i've tested it for about a month.
As for me, I haven't seen a faster response. There could be a slightly better caching, but this also could have been some other problem.
The Pro and even the free-plan normaly works quite well. An Update on the page will result in the change at no time. CF...
if it's "only" a 522-Error that means, that the request can't be handeled.
Mainly that's because of one of the following problems:
* the server is totally overloaded, so that he can't answer fast enough (not enough io, ram, etc. so swapping, timeouts etc.)
* your script is bogus and creates...
just a windows-installation without the windows gui. Seems like a normal windows server core installation for me.
start the servermanager (just type it) and install "User interfaces and Infrastructure" under features - do a reboot. You now should have the "normal" GUI.
as per default you only got 2 sessions.
to use more, you have to install the "Remote Desktop Services Session Host" role. Unfortunately you then need extra CAL-Licences (you have 120days "demo" after installing the role)
if you know your old "text" and you have the new one.
just do a replace
SET post_content = REPLACE(post_content, '<oldlink>', '<newlink>')
WHERE ID <=4
if you are sure all your links will only apply one time, you can skip the where clause. if not, use it :)
easiest thing i can think of is to use a cdn.
Just buy a server somewhere in the internet und push your content to the CDN. Voila - fast network (though probably a bit expensive.
the other way:
setup a file-sync and a mysql-cluster.
For reading they should use the local connection, so it's...
add another listening-port to your server
s.th. like 443 (this shouldn't be blocked)
Then you can e.g. setup a socks proxy through this ssh-connection.
look here: How to create an SSH tunnel using Putty and using that tunnel as a Firefox SOCKS proxy