Wonder if there is something with Windows or Internet Explorer ? I use Linux and Firefox
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I've monitored the server in these days, i experienced the slowness / malfunction you were reporting, and i've identified the following causes:1) the eNotify plugin was literally hammering the server. The plugin is configured to do a check every 300 seconds, but, this is the timeout after the *first* request that is done at every page load. This was fixed, and now enotify check for new messages every 5 minutes for real.2) Sometime happened a "500 Server Error" this was due to shared-memory limits on kernel that prevented php-accelerator to start. When this error happened php was unable to run for about 4-5 minutes. Now i've raised the limit from 32Mb to 128Mb, and looking at the error_log the problem seems solved.I've also doubled the limits for mysqld (number of connection, memory, threads, etc).3) There was a second backup system that runs on 'odd' days. This backup system was not incremental (this means LOT of disk I/O) and did a full dump of the DB. The locks and slowness you just experienced some hours ago was due to this.Hope these operations will help to improve the forum experience.edit:Obviously, i'm still observing server operativity, this is just to give updates on whats happening in the background.
Obviously, i'm still observing server operativity, this is just to give updates on whats happening in the background.
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