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maratsade
Junior

This community loads more slowly than the other one

OK, so that posted before I could write the message. 

 

This community's pages load up more slowly for me than the other one's pages.  Are they more resource intensive?

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C0RR0SIVE
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It's possible it doesn't have as many resources reserved for it since it's a test site...  I imagine test sites don't get allocated many resources on a server while live websites would get allocated more...  Could also just be a general issue, I am unsure.  But it does seem slightly slower.

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C0RR0SIVE
Senior

It's possible it doesn't have as many resources reserved for it since it's a test site...  I imagine test sites don't get allocated many resources on a server while live websites would get allocated more...  Could also just be a general issue, I am unsure.  But it does seem slightly slower.

Personal Machine: ECS B85H3-M | Intel i5 4460 | 16GB DDR3-1333 | eVGA 750Ti | Samsung 830 120GB
Server: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0 | AMD FX8350 | 32GB DDR3-1600 ECC | Intel Quad Gigabit NIC | 3Ware 9650SE-12ML + BBU | 650w OCZ ZS PSU | eVGA LP 710 | 10x WD RE 4TB disks in Raid10

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Did we just see the double post gremlin rear its ugly head?

 

No, that is actualy intended.  Any time a post is accepted as an answer by a user, it's left in the original spot, and a copy is also pasted directly under the original post.  This way people don't have to scroll forever to see the answer that the OP selected.  Microsoft and a few other more technical support boards use this feature to make finding answers for questions easier.  The only time this doesn't work out so nice is when the answer is the first post, lol

Personal Machine: ECS B85H3-M | Intel i5 4460 | 16GB DDR3-1333 | eVGA 750Ti | Samsung 830 120GB
Server: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0 | AMD FX8350 | 32GB DDR3-1600 ECC | Intel Quad Gigabit NIC | 3Ware 9650SE-12ML + BBU | 650w OCZ ZS PSU | eVGA LP 710 | 10x WD RE 4TB disks in Raid10

I thought maybe it was the format ate more data, but it does make sense that a test site wouldn't be given as many resources.  Not long to wait, anyway, and there's always the BBB if we run into problems (yes, I can't help it).

Amanda
Moderator

You just reminded me, we need to test this new enviroment in our HughesNet lab.

BirdDog
Junior

Much slower here too. Hopefully just because a test site right now like Charles said.

C0RR0SIVE
Senior

It's possible it doesn't have as many resources reserved for it since it's a test site...  I imagine test sites don't get allocated many resources on a server while live websites would get allocated more...  Could also just be a general issue, I am unsure.  But it does seem slightly slower.

Personal Machine: ECS B85H3-M | Intel i5 4460 | 16GB DDR3-1333 | eVGA 750Ti | Samsung 830 120GB
Server: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0 | AMD FX8350 | 32GB DDR3-1600 ECC | Intel Quad Gigabit NIC | 3Ware 9650SE-12ML + BBU | 650w OCZ ZS PSU | eVGA LP 710 | 10x WD RE 4TB disks in Raid10

View solution in original post

Did we just see the double post gremlin rear its ugly head?

 

No, that is actualy intended.  Any time a post is accepted as an answer by a user, it's left in the original spot, and a copy is also pasted directly under the original post.  This way people don't have to scroll forever to see the answer that the OP selected.  Microsoft and a few other more technical support boards use this feature to make finding answers for questions easier.  The only time this doesn't work out so nice is when the answer is the first post, lol

Personal Machine: ECS B85H3-M | Intel i5 4460 | 16GB DDR3-1333 | eVGA 750Ti | Samsung 830 120GB
Server: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0 | AMD FX8350 | 32GB DDR3-1600 ECC | Intel Quad Gigabit NIC | 3Ware 9650SE-12ML + BBU | 650w OCZ ZS PSU | eVGA LP 710 | 10x WD RE 4TB disks in Raid10

I thought maybe it was the format ate more data, but it does make sense that a test site wouldn't be given as many resources.  Not long to wait, anyway, and there's always the BBB if we run into problems (yes, I can't help it).

Amanda
Moderator

You just reminded me, we need to test this new enviroment in our HughesNet lab.

BirdDog
Junior

Much slower here too. Hopefully just because a test site right now like Charles said.