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We can see that your instance is running very low on memory, and is actually swapping. This is disk I/O for which you'll get billed, and also causes your site to run slower. Free up some memory by stopping unnecessary processes and tuning your web server to run fewer workers (e.g. Apache or php-fpm).
If you want the blog on a subdomain, as stated in your question, you could achieve this via DNS configuration: Just let the subdomain blog.domain.com point to the server with the wordpress blog. If you want it on a subdirectory, as stated in your subject, you could achieve this by setting up a reverse proxy directive for this in your webserver config. On ...
Looks like you want VirtualDocumentRoot. For example: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName mywebsite.com ServerAlias www.mywebsite.com DocumentRoot /var/www/ <Directory /var/www/> Order Allow,Deny Allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName subdomains.mywebsite.com ...
When I access the URL www.petagimnazija.hr it is up and available. Based on your DNS settings you only have a single DNS server registered. That DNS server is the same machine as your web server (which is usually a bad idea). If the DNS Service had crashed and didn't come back online correctly then the website would have been down with the error messages ...
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