I have a poorly built Symfony site (older version of Symfony) running in AWS.
It’s been running fine the past few months but last month it began to perform badly. I rebooted both the web server and the DB, but the problem persisted.
Years ago the server was running on a different AWS box, and a DBA who has looked at the issue today tells me that there are still calls from the DB to that old box. So those need to be repaired. However she can't see the relevant directory on the current server. This is alarming.
We do not have the .pem file for the RDS server. We have the .pem for the current production EC2 instance.
Everyone who’s ever looked at the codebase for this site comes away believing it was coded by muppets, and that is almost certainly true, plus the site is running an outdated Symfony version. So this work is not for the faint of heart.
If you accept the work, I’ll give you access keys for the AWS account.
Please don’t try to sell me on building a new site. That is not what I’m looking for here and attempts to do so will be ignored. we do have a long-term plan to do that but I can't afford it right now.