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08-24-2011 05:35 PM
QuickMick
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Originally Posted by administrator View Post
sorry for the website problems yesterday and today. Our primary server started acting up and instead of taking the drastic measure of switching to the backup server we installed a new server to replace the ill-behaved server.

now it's off to detention for the bad server.
I would just attribute it to "Installing Wiz-Bang updates, upgrades, and general better bad-a$$ stuff that you plebs couldnt begin to understand!!"

Whenever I experience this I just hope that the gremlins that steal my tools, move my gear in the middle of the night and just wreak general havoc have temporarily left my boat for a time to haunt the sailnet servers....
08-24-2011 10:51 AM
jsnaulty
slooooooooow

still not fixed- if I go to another website when timeout begins to happen (waiting 2-3 minutes for page to load), and then come back to the same page in sail net it loads immediately ?DNS problem?

steve naulty
ericson 35-3 'anodyne'
galesville md
08-23-2011 03:30 PM
junkrig
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Originally Posted by RonRelyea:765153
if it's any help ... On my firefox status line (at the bottom of the window) I get the status of : "waiting for msite.martiniadnetwork.com" ... maybe the problem is with them????
Whatever it is, it's been happening on the Android app too.
08-23-2011 10:56 AM
DRFerron
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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
It's actually running fine for me again.
This morning I get long periods (like minutes - that's long compared to this weekend and yesterday) of it running fine but more often than not it is slooooooow. No actual time out yet today.
08-23-2011 10:53 AM
smackdaddy It's actually running fine for me again.
08-23-2011 10:51 AM
SVAuspicious
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Originally Posted by administrator View Post
sorry for the website problems yesterday and today. Our primary server started acting up and instead of taking the drastic measure of switching to the backup server we installed a new server to replace the ill-behaved server.

now it's off to detention for the bad server.
Not fixed. Try again.
08-23-2011 10:41 AM
smackdaddy
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Originally Posted by RonRelyea View Post
if it's any help ... On my firefox status line (at the bottom of the window) I get the status of : "waiting for msite.martiniadnetwork.com" ... maybe the problem is with them????
At this point, I think it might be 6or7martinisadnetwork.com
08-23-2011 10:00 AM
RonRelyea
response times

if it's any help ... On my firefox status line (at the bottom of the window) I get the status of : "waiting for msite.martiniadnetwork.com" ... maybe the problem is with them????
08-23-2011 09:47 AM
SVAuspicious Definitely not fixed. Still slow, still more timeouts than not. Old user profiles back again.
08-23-2011 07:29 AM
Minnewaska I don't get it. I frequent one other forum (not sailing) that uses this same software and has none of the issues we experience. Speed may have to do with the server, but quirks in the New Post feature and others have to be the software or the setup.

The major difference is the other forum is paid, so no advertising. I don't object to ads, since they are paying the bills, but highly suspect them and the program that customizes based on thread content as the culprit.
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