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    Upgrade the forum's servers...it's much too slow...slows down a lot of times..

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    I doubt it's the server - more likely to be congestion on the line between you and the server.

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    Haven't had too many complaints about that and I'm not currently seeing
    any slowdown. Where are you located? It could be traffic and/or routing
    issues to your place.

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    Kim (3/5/2009 12:14:32 PM Mountain)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgroneman View Post
    Haven't had too many complaints about that and I'm not currently seeing
    any slowdown. Where are you located? It could be traffic and/or routing
    issues to your place.

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    Kim (3/5/2009 12:14:32 PM Mountain)
    I'm in NJ...seems to slow down or break connections. I can browse other sites no problem.

    I'm trying to think what it could be...I don't remember having a problem like that on my server; only time it broke connections like yours does was when I was getting DDoS attacks throughout the days. Do you have a firewall installed? If not, go for ACH...maybe you have an attack going on?

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    Hey gm-egs:

    >Do
    >you have a firewall installed? If not, go for ACH...maybe you have an
    >attack going on?


    hehe...yes, these servers are sitting in the Novell data center in Provo,
    Utah with lots of security but lots of optimization to make things work
    very fast. If there were some kind of attack or slowdown with our system,
    I would know about it....and I'm not seeing/hearing anything.

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    Kim (3/5/2009 2:53:45 PM Mountain)

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    Kim, is your avatar on strike or just resting?

    Sneaky, it just moved a bit while I was making this comment?
    Last edited by john_hudson; 06-Mar-2009 at 01:10. Reason: Additional comment

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    Default Re: Upgrade Server

    Or it could be written as "I'm finding the forum a little slow are there any problems"
    What you wrote seems like a demand to me and a little rude
    Quote Originally Posted by gm-egs View Post
    Upgrade the forum's servers...it's much too slow...slows down a lot of times..
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