Anyone know if it's "safe" to rely on being able to create 512Mb droplets in AMS2 now? I see a few questions in the forum from not long ago saying that they destroyed a droplet to make a fresh start, but then couldn't make a new 512Mb. (eg: this thread https://www.digitalocean.com/community/questions/ams1-and-ams2-again-disabled)
I was just able to create a 512Mb in AMS1, but I notice that AMS1 has vanished. Also, http://speedtest-ams1.digitalocean.com/ has stopped working. But my existing AMS1 droplet is still running.
While I'm doing other "fiddling" anyway, should I make a new AMS2 droplet, (with a newer linux - bonus!) and move everything from the AMS1 droplet and kill it off?
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