Today I declare this website upgraded from Drupal 9 to Drupal 10. In most ways the upgrade went smouthy, and certainly was easier than previous major version upgrades.
Still, the Theme was using isn't available in Drupal 10, so i had to choose and configure a new theme. That was harder than it should be IMHO.
Harder was getting Quotes to work as I'd like. Formatting was tRicky.
I use this website as an archive of my scientific publications and as a place to post occasional observations on life, the world, and whatever comes my way. It's all very indulgent at this point.
Drupal 7 to Drupal 9
I've just completed migrating the site from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9, which was more work than certainly I'd have liked. But Drupal 7 is way out of date now, and they say future upgrades will be pretty painless. We'll see about that.
I've been happily using a VPS from http://www.digitalocean.com for my hosting for the past 6 months or so now. Great service at a great price.
- Rackspace, 512M RAM, quad-core, Debian 6 (Squeeze), 64-bit, stock php.ini memory_limit =128MB
Amazon EC2,612M RAM, single-core,Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, 64-bit, micro-instance:ubuntu/images/ebs/ubuntu-lucid-10.04-amd64-server-20120110 (ami-8eb33ebe), stock php.ini memory_limit = 128MB.
- Added a 3GB swap volume, as no swap was included in the AMI
I host a number of low traffic Drupal (drupal.org) websites. Several for a non-profit, a few consulting shops, a book & poetry site. Low traffic, but a couple sites use lots of drupal modules, so performance and resource limits can sometimes be issues.