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For the last two or three weeks CodeRanch has been very unstable. Fetching a page takes quite some time, and every other fetch gives me a Time Out error, or similar.
And when replying to a post: if I do not submit a reply within say 10 seconds, then a submit requires me to log in again. It makes working with the site pretty unpleasat, I must say. Am I the only one?
 
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I'm facing the exact same issue, Piet.

(even posting this reply is a hassle)
 
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Yes. We are working on it. We tried prodding the cows, but that didn't work. So we moved on to technical solutions.

We've added some performance metrics so we can see specifically what is causing the problem.

Please be patient.
 
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I'm facing the exact same issue, Piet.

(even posting this reply is a hassle)


*** sorry, the message got posted twice ***
 
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Same here. Moderators are afflicted just like anybody else :-)
 
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It's probably worth noting that Devaka fixed the problem. Devaka is awesome!
 
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CodeRanch runs much smoother now. Thanks!!
 
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Brecht Geeraerts wrote:CodeRanch runs much smoother now. Thanks!!


Really? But I just hit the issue  this morning.  Maybe it has fixed?
 
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RT: please supply more details of the problem.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:RT: please supply more details of the problem.


I will screen shot next time.
 
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I don't think anyone is saying that gateway timeouts will never happen again. Rather, the frequency that was on display in recent weeks should be much diminished.
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Yes. We are working on it. We tried prodding the cows, but that didn't work. So we moved on to technical solutions.



There's your problem right there.  It's a moose ranch, not cattle.  Try prodding some moose.

It's just slow for me, no timeouts.
 
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Have you ever tried prodding a moose? Do you think you would live to tell the tale? Not even with a friendly one like our Thaddeus.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Have you ever tried prodding a moose? Do you think you would live to tell the tale? Not even with a friendly one like our Thaddeus.[/quote

As a matter of fact I have.  Several times.  But I've never tried calling my wife a moose.  Scientists have proven that women who carry a bit of extra weight live longer.  Than the men who point that out.

 
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If your wife is carrying you, then the exercise probably will make her live longer. Just be careful about where she drops you.
 
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Also note that gateway timeouts occur when we deploy. Which we don't announce in advance or do on a schedule. So the solution is "try again in a few minutes"
 
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