It’s been a fairly busy day of multitasking on my end. I’ve been waiting to upgrade the servers to 20.04.1 once it was out and today I felt like it was the best decision to do this.

Maybe because I don’t have a lot going on my servers it was just easier for me. The thing that really stuck out for me were the configurations I have done, you don’t really want to go around overwriting things with the maintainers configuration. Not because they are “bad” but because they will return things to its vanilla form.

I think the only thing I’ve been disappointed so far has been the PHP 7.4 performance. It’s been said that it was a huge leap over the previous versions so I thought that once I upgraded to that version everything would be lightning fast… but that’s not really the case… things aren’t lightning fast they are just… normal fast and not really different from PHP 7.2.

That said, there are some things I want to do but it requires networking knowledge… and that’s something that I don’t really have sadly because I just suck at networking.

Anyway, here’s to future-proofing!

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