hi willott - that mirrors what we see on our side, hundreds of html based sites with normal load and any individual webserver works fine, however it only takes a few PHP CMS sites with high load and we can see issues. We are looking at other options to address this, in the mean time ill find out about the sql servers for you.
Yep, it was just an idea really, basically I think it would be good if we were simply sent an e-mail, even if it was just to say that a letter regarding "X" i.e webserver changes has been sent out to your headteacher.
This way, at least we can check with the head to see if they have seen it, and if not chase up what has happened to it.
I can understand the reason for communications only being done by letter to the head, but at least this way we would know about something that affects us as Network Managers & Technicians, rather than it being unknown so to speak.
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