Testing new web server config

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Testing new web server config

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Hello everyone,

We're testing a new web server config. You can get all the details in the announcement. If you have any questions or problems with the new config, post them here.

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:oops: My bad. I must've been posting during this post. My response: http://www.phpbb.com:8000/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=12399


Paraphrase: Yessss!!
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Post by Jarf »

I've tried both the normal port and the new one with a forced refresh and the page load times (moderate to slow) are about the same. Not sure if this is a DB backend issue or maybe some page caching along my ISP.
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wow, that :8000 is much faster then the normal one :D
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Post by chAos »

it's faster the 2nd time onwards. does it cache the images? it seems like it does. once it has, much fast. :mrgreen:
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Post by ffeingol »

Sorry, I should have been clearer. At this time, we're not looking for a speed test. Both the old and new servers are running, so the load is a bit heavy on the server.

I'm more interested in any problems related logging in, sessions, staying logged in etc.

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Post by Kanuck »

I'd say it's ready for the prime time. Besides, our users seem very (and sometimes overly) competent at finding bugs, so if there were any, they'd be weeded out quickly :)
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Post by Kylecool »

Yes, I must say, I do notice a slight improvement in the speed and overall performance in the board. You are right, our users do catch on quick, since there is such a large user-base. I'll keep testing it, but seems ok to me and it's not logging me out or anything. WOOT!! :)

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Post by wkempees »

It's fast.
Posted message in the one, appeared in the other. (so that's working).
First time posting reply, there is a lot of moving going on.
emoticons moving in slow speed from the right.
Second time around: fast. Caching.
Seems that integrity of messages is A-ok.
No log-in log-out problems.

Seems posting a reply is faster (much faster), 'Old' one takes like several seconds coming back after a 'submit'

Hope info helps.
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Post by EJ Fly »

Yep, same as everyone else I think. Tis fairly slow first time round, but second time is lightnin fast.

But seeing as you're not looking at speed, don't matter ;)

Gets my vote! : :mrgreen:
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Post by ffeingol »

We've got one bug left (related to the bug tracker) and then we'll go live with the new config.

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A bug in the bug tracker? :lol:
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Post by wkempees »

That's where they belong.

To The original poster: good luck !
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Post by Kanuck »

He's probably just shocked at the fact that somebody finally figured out where bugs go... or at the fact that there's only one in there :)
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Post by MobileBadBoy »

The way it sounded, was there was an actual bug (not reported) in the bug tracker.

I found the irony in that thought funny.
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