To quote Nathan Monfils:
- Everything from your public domain (abc.tld) counts against your quota, even if it is in a seemingly unrelated subdomain (e.g. my-app.example.com and intranet.example.com).
- The quota is not recomputed properly, requiring a firefox restart after clearing your data on other subdomains
Note this may affect all sorts of applications, not just Drupal, when you have them running on multiple subdomains of the same top-level domain. So this isn’t just about local development environments (and i dislike that DDEV shares their own top-level domain across all the instances you are working on, and while it can be changed i’ve accepted its way of doing things so i’m on the same page with other developers by default).
Sure, closing more tabs and restarting Firefox could (predictably) have fixed this—and a lot else that’s wrong with me, according to everyone i know—but why do that when i can open more tabs and learn precisely how broken everything around me really is?