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    So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    How about an update?

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    Up until yesterday, the forums should have been running a lot better with fewer-to-no errors.

    As of yesterday, and especially today, you should have seen the slowness come back and possibly some of the other errors. These are being hammered on right now. I was told the slowness should be resolved or nearly resolve) with the exception of getting database errors. They are working on the databse errors now.

    Were things running better prior to yesterday?

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    More reliable I guess, but still very slow compared to most forums and much slower than it used to be. Definitely not as bad as today though.

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    Second that. Almost 30 seconds to refresh the page.
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    Good news! Down to about 5 seconds per page...
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    Instant post! Great!!!
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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    Seems to be getting better finally.

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    We should be operating a lot smoother at this point. If not, we should probably start a new thread title "October Issues" or something....



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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    I was just coming back to delete my post. It's back to about a 30 second response time.

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    my post took way too long to post as well... two steps forward, one and a half back....


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    Um...what were the two steps forward?

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    Actually, quite a bit has been done. I could pull up the list of some of the things the developers and admins have done. There has really been a number of things.

    The most recent was adding even more hardware. That seems to have helped.

    The last two things that I know occurred were (1 step) Adding memory to existing servers and (2nd step) Adding new servers.....

    So there is one example of the most recent two steps....

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    Re: So did the vBulletin guys give up or what?

    If the site would be just a little bit slower I could probably fall asleep in front of the computer.
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    I think there are times when it is slow enough for you to accomplish that anyway Marius....

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    Site is still Slow, and every second page is giving me a DB error..
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