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    Sami Greenbury commented  · 

    Backups are free, no? (faulty, but free)

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    Sami Greenbury commented  · 

    The maximum time limie for Laravel Queue jobs is set at about 15 minutes - because the "Timeout" field only allows 3 characters.

    This seems like an arbitary limit, and a failry short one for some use cases.

    I'd like to increase that to at least 4 digits (almost 3 hours), or 5 (almost 28 hours) or to let us remove the limit entirely.

    I know the limitations want to avoid us breaking our servers, so if there's a reason CloudWays servers can only support 15 minutes of Queue Jobs then it would be useful to have that explained somewhere.

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    Sami Greenbury commented  · 

    This sounds like your mean connecting our CloudFlare account to CloudWays - so when we set the Domain on an Application it automatically creates or updates the DNS records in CloudFlare?

    That would be cool.

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    Sami Greenbury commented  · 

    You can view these via SSH in /home/master/applications/<applicationid>/logs folder

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