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Old 02-02-2008, 10:30 PM   #15
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yea i got the 500 internal server error at 11:14pm for 65 seconds...

close browser, reopen and all betta!

i think artstream's avatar is.....

SUCKING ALL THE SERVER JUICE

(~where is that lightning bolt emoticon~)

freshair U need to get a cellular broadband card to replace that tincan/nstring!

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Old 02-03-2008, 05:53 AM   #16
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yea i got the 500 internal server error at 11:14pm for 65 seconds...
Ditto. But 65 seconds though? You sure? I didn't close my browser though. I hit page reload a couple times, knew something was up. I tried a couple other things but the 65 seconds of fame were over pretty quickly.
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Old 02-03-2008, 06:13 AM   #17
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I've been noticing it, too. It seems to be the ad servers, taking a looong time to refresh. Even just hitting the back button, the pages take time to load...not sure its supposed to be that way.
and I have a T3 at work...super-fast broadband at home...clicking "back" should bring up the preceeding page instantaneously.
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Old 02-03-2008, 09:56 AM   #18
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I've been noticing it, too. It seems to be the ad servers, taking a looong time to refresh. Even just hitting the back button, the pages take time to load...not sure its supposed to be that way.
and I have a T3 at work...super-fast broadband at home...clicking "back" should bring up the preceeding page instantaneously.
I run a mixed environment network at my home Mac and PC normally 3 to 5 machines on line at least 2 24/7. I had a problem with my new iMac losing sites and slow page response across the board and slow updates on other machines I switched to the open DNS and I now have quick response. I am not seeing slow response from the site. The site has become so commercial and he has it so split up into several sites when a page updates it is hard to tell how many times it may have to hit a DNS server for one page.

I just did a quick look at his source code and here is just one entry of many.

Takes a DNS hit to load it.
http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js

The link will not give you an ad just gibberish.


Give it try and see if it helps it may not but it is a start.
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I don't see how this would make a difference. DNS info is cached on your local pc...(exactly how much varies by os and ip stack version). at the office, both the proxy and the local dns server (local servers on the LAN...gigabit connection) cache the info. I can do packet traces and see the dns requests hitting these local servers. Even if this wasn't the case, our service is from a "tier 1" provider...it just don't get any faster (in general terms anyway).

Now, I'm not an expert on webservers or coding html, but it seems to me that there is some directive somewhere telling browsers/proxies to "not cache" the info from the ad sites, causing it to be reloaded with every page load.
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Old 02-03-2008, 12:13 PM   #20
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THIS THREAD IS A BEEN THERE DONE THAT THREAD. See Thread Why So Slow. I Still Am Singing The Same Slow Song From Both Slow Thread MUCH OF THE TIME
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Old 02-03-2008, 01:17 PM   #21
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I don't see how this would make a difference. DNS info is cached on your local pc...(exactly how much varies by os and ip stack version). at the office, both the proxy and the local dns server (local servers on the LAN...gigabit connection) cache the info. I can do packet traces and see the dns requests hitting these local servers. Even if this wasn't the case, our service is from a "tier 1" provider...it just don't get any faster (in general terms anyway).

Now, I'm not an expert on webservers or coding html, but it seems to me that there is some directive somewhere telling browsers/proxies to "not cache" the info from the ad sites, causing it to be reloaded with every page load.

My DNS server was from Cox and they had issues. It worked for me your mileage may vary.
The cache can also hold negative entries, sites which may have been down you can try ipconfig /flushdns to clean out the cache.
It is Mardi Gras and I have a parade to go to.

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Old 02-03-2008, 01:26 PM   #22
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hey jim...

just checked out yer mac gallery,

i c u focused on the unusual birds at the canopener...

and the slowchildrenatplay

very nice, and without any overexposures !

also the xmas shots are really great...

granny and grannyson (and the pooch) all have the same sillyhappy expression...



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I could not load a page on the air forums at all today it would start and stop.
I accidentally found a problem causer an accelerator like Proxyconn or any other.
I don't know why it should matter but it does I disabled it and the page loads. Go figure try it if you have an accelerator temporarily disable it see it it helps.
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hey jim...

just checked out yer mac gallery,

i c u focused on the unusual birds at the canopener...

and the slowchildrenatplay

very nice, and without any overexposures !

also the xmas shots are really great...

granny and grannyson (and the pooch) all have the same sillyhappy expression...



cheers
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forum folk: don't know what changes you made but IT WORKS! after months of ponderously slow download times this thing is running like lightning for the past week or so. props 2 U for whatever it is/was. vast improvement and I'm hoping it stays fast fast fast. makes the forum so much easier and funner...
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