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Old 08-31-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
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The memory upgrade on the server should be carried out within a 48 hours if all goes well. Obviously this will mean a small amount of downtime later so please be patient
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What will the server specs be before and after then...
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Old 08-31-2006, 05:31 PM   #3
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what are the chances of gettin an updated vb?
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Will this take away the timeouts?
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Most unlikely - that to me seems to be a server communication problem, undoubtably solved by a ram upgrade, more likely just a higher bandwidth server would solve that out - probably hosting too many people!
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It's one server. Shared hosting wouldn't hold this site down. Look in the FAQ for the answer.
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Old 08-31-2006, 07:00 PM   #7
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More memory would handle more people wouldn't it? Bandwidth has nothing to do with the amount of people online, its just how many people visit bandwidth... :-/
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Most unlikely - that to me seems to be a server communication problem, undoubtably solved by a ram upgrade, more likely just a higher bandwidth server would solve that out - probably hosting too many people!
Then I'm still left out of the highway.
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Most unlikely - that to me seems to be a server communication problem, undoubtably solved by a ram upgrade, more likely just a higher bandwidth server would solve that out - probably hosting too many people!
We use a small percentage of hour allowed bandwidth (200GB out of 1500GB/month)

We get timeouts because services get unstable when they run out of ram which would solve the problem
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arent they sql timeouts?
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