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    Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Since we have upgraded our servers are you finding us more or less responsive during peak times? Please let us know before I have to dig into my pockets again

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Seems better, but still has laggy patches

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    When were they upgraded?

    I found the site frustratingly slow still today at work, early to mid afternoon

    Was OK at other times though I think

    I will take notice tomorrow again of speed

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    It's generally much better but it has timed out several times over the last couple of afternoons! I'd say that this was poor since we now have a load-balanced package.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    This afternoon was terrible.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Weare load balanced over 2 servers, but I think we are on a 512k link on each. I may have to get us a 1meg connection after Christmas.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    This afternoon was very bad for me ...

    And welcome to your better half.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    a bit slow for me too - never timed out but nearly

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Timed out several times for me, im forced to browse the site at 3am cos then I know no-one else is using it

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    still trying to find the *G* spot

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Ugh, it's too early to be testung response times on a public forum

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    I've not noticed a great deal of difference over the last couple of days.

    Some of the problem may be the CMS itself - while I was looking at other sites I noticed that the Dragonfly sites seem to take longer to load especially if busy like this one.

    May be worth waiting till you get the new site up before upgrading to see if that makes any difference.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Nope still slow here. 20 secs from clicking the thread link to this page coming up.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Very slow for me yesterday during the afternoon and did time out twice, although at home last night the site was as good as any other site. This morning for me its slow again.

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    Re: Is EduGeek more responsive?

    Sorry Chris - still long waits at times

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