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    Problems accessing the Forum

    Last night at home and during the day at 2 schools I've had real problems trying to access the forums with timeouts /mangled views.

    I'm a bit confused now as I can see that others have managed to post all day????

    Did something only affect access from Lancs?

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    Last edited by ZeroHour; 25th November 2010 at 11:45 AM.

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    I’ve had a few issues like that, I’ve also has it where I’ve click on post and it’s sat there loading but never loads. Wasn’t sure if it was the site or the internet connection, same with a colleague in the office

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    I've seen performance issues on the site today as well. Long time to load posts, very few adverts displaying, mangled layouts and timeouts.

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    Seems fine to me

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    Had similar issues. Click on a link and nothing happens, press F5 a few times and page then loads.

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    Hmmmm interesting, I will take a gander at the highly thrilling apache logs tonight....
    Timestamps are good if anyone experiences it again.

    EDIT: Hmm it does appear there has been more apache instances starting so I wonder if its capping out. We have headroom to increase the instance limits but I always keep it at the *meets needs* level to prevent issues.
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 8th November 2010 at 04:27 PM.

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    I have been having similar allot today on the site. Also getting allot of 404 messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I have been having similar allot today on the site. Also getting allot of 404 messages.
    Can you post some of the 404 urls so I can check those out.
    The server has been under a little bit of load but I tweaked things again at around 2-3pm.

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    When i get some more but one was


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    Just had it again. Please see the attached
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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Just had it again. Please see the attached
    Ahh you have noob error message mode turned on. Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Show friendly http error messages should be unchecked.

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    ha so i do, i have switched machines you see

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    Just an update for you all, I have changed a setting last night that I think should hopefully prevent the "stalling" issue.
    It happens to me from time to time when browsing the click seems to stall, other tabs work and reclicking the link usually kicks it off working again but its not load related as when it happened last night all was quiet so I have changed the setting I think that has caused the issue.
    Let me know if anyone experiences it again.

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    I personally have not had any stall type issues again since the tweaks so I will close the call for now. Please post if you experience it again as I will be tweaking the variable again soon as it has added considerably to the memory usage of apache.

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    Im not sure if I should start a new thread, but by posting here I guess it will 'ping' all of you who previoulsy posted..

    Im having an issue with firefox not displaying the forums list page. It displays the top and the bottom of the page, and the ad banner, but not the forums list. IE works fine, and im not running any noscript or adblock firefox extensioons..

    iIve cleared cache etc... Is anyone else having this issue?

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