Discussing Self-Hosting WordPress: Tools, Tips, and Tales

Hey there! 👋 I’m a certified LPIC-1 Linux admin who’s passionate about self-hosting, especially when it comes to WordPress. I’ve been diving into the world of Linux servers for quite some time, and I find self-hosting to be an exciting adventure.

I’m here to kick off a discussion about your experiences with self-hosting WordPress. Do you manage your WordPress sites on your own servers? Are you using any control panels to make the process smoother? Or perhaps you’ve got a secret script up your sleeve? 🤫

In my journey, I started out self-hosting WordPress on my own using the LEMP stack. It was an exhilarating experience, but as I accumulated more servers, sites, and clients, it became overwhelming. That’s when I turned to tools like RunCloud to streamline the process. I still enjoy configuring NGINX, WordPress, and databases myself, but having a panel like RunCloud helps keep things manageable.

One tool that’s been popping up in conversations is Wordops. Have you used it, and if so, how has it served you? If not, what’s your go-to self-hosting solution, and why do you prefer it?

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