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    High Server Load Detected

    High Server Load Detected

    Never seen this before on Edugeek - is it a regular occurence?

    GJE

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    The message was only displayed by mistake as the limit was far too low to trigger it. You shouldnt see it again but yeh the server has been getting a smack lately but that came up because the default limit was too low (not actual high load at the time)

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    I've had the same message too on and off all day today.

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    had it a few times today. I get it regular, i just presumed some knew about it

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    Yeh the load has been higher today then normal causing the servers load limiter to kick in.
    We are looking to take urgent action on the server situation asap once we have confirmed our host.

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    Have a word with Cutter and get some Sun Fire's in. Monstaaaah powaaaaaah.

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    Probably everyone loling at the bloke with the silver hair.

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    I suppose it depends what sort of load is the problem; either a server resource or a bandwidth problem (too many requests).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Yeh the load has been higher today then normal causing the servers load limiter to kick in.
    We are looking to take urgent action on the server situation asap once we have confirmed our host.
    Not just today had it about 4 times last week at different times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Not just today had it about 4 times last week at different times.
    Yeh it was just occuring less last week. I get an email when the load goes over a certain point and then if it goes further people are locked out until it drops.

    The load issue itself is caused by server resources (ram mostly) running to its peak. Bandwidth itself is fine. We currently have 2 servers running the setup right now which was change pre-summer to try to prevent the load issues which worked for a while but the hits keep going up.

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    Looks like Edugeek's going from strength to strength. Can't be a bad thing really, getting too many hits for your servers to cope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniac View Post
    Looks like Edugeek's going from strength to strength. Can't be a bad thing really, getting too many hits for your servers to cope!
    You should see my inbox go everytime there is a lot on

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    You should see my inbox go everytime there is a lot on
    you love the attention

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Yeh it was just occuring less last week. I get an email when the load goes over a certain point and then if it goes further people are locked out until it drops.

    The load issue itself is caused by server resources (ram mostly) running to its peak. Bandwidth itself is fine. We currently have 2 servers running the setup right now which was change pre-summer to try to prevent the load issues which worked for a while but the hits keep going up.
    Cant you just up the ram?

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    I thought it was Hosted, so somewhere in some datacenter sits the server.
    They'd want more cash for hosting resources

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