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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jon_B, Nov 1, 2001.

  1. Jon_B

    Jon_B Screenwriter

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    I'm experiencing the slowest connection since we changed over to the new server. I'm using a cable connection and it took me 3 minutes just to get to this page to post this message. [​IMG]
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  2. TravisB

    TravisB Agent

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    It looks like the switch port HTF is attached to is taking errors. If I can't resolve it, I'm going to go move the server to a different port.
     
  3. Vince Maskeeper

    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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    HAving the same problem on my end- actually the site has come up as "down" for the past hour. Digitalbits seems to be down as well.
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    Well at least I know now that it isn't my connection. I did a couple of double posts by mistake as a result of the slow load times.
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  5. TravisB

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    Weird. This was a combination of two problems; always the worst to track down.
    The ethernet interface (or cabling) on the server looks like it may be having problems. I forced it down to 10mbit from the switch, and that got the transmit errors under control.
    Also, a log file reached the maximum system file size, which was causing Apache a lot of confusion. I trimmed it down and moved it to more aggressive rotation.
    We'll see how it holds up from here...
     

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