Due to an issue at my hosting provider, my server has been deleted. So, pxlfd.me is down, sorry. My last backup is 2 or 3 months old... As soon as I get my server back, I'll restore what I have and setup an automatic backup... Now I've learned something, never trust anybody and always do backup
I guess it would depend on how unstable it is. I'm using the cheapest connection I can buy for my residential connection. I get 100 down and only 12 up-speed, but it's generally reliable. I serve two low traffic Friendica's and a bunch of other things that have low traffic. I'm also behind a stupid DHCP instead of a Static IP, but I make it work. I made a set of notes to go from bare metal to hosting on a budget here: http://ubuntu.wnymathguy.com It's a bit messy and unfinished, but I have plans to translate it over to my Moodle server in the future to make it a living document where the public can improve it.
Sometimes I got ping of 1s so.. And I only have 7Mb in upload so for a Pixelfed instance, it's not great... Also, we're 3 at home (4 but one doesn't use internet), some when we are all connected, the modem just doesn't work like it should But thanks for your advice! 😊