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slow site resolution

Postby carnuck » Fri Oct 24, 2014 12:33 pm

When I click the links, it takes up to 3 minutes for the page to load. Since it's not happening on the mothersite ot any others I'm on, maybe this one is under attack?
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby Stuka » Fri Oct 24, 2014 2:15 pm

I have never had anybody else complain. Seems you have the most issues. Not sure if it's a regional thing or what. I have run site tests from several places across the U.S. And Europe.

Not sure what to say.


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Re: slow site resolution

Postby Tatsadasayago » Fri Oct 24, 2014 6:23 pm

Most of the time the site here is snappy and smooth. There are times when it takes up to 1 minute to respond to even a page refresh.
Having my own co-located hosted webservers I recognize the difference between network latency, packetloss and application latency as well as being able to tell if the sluggishness is local or remote.
From what I've experienced, the issue here isn't the webserver but a router/gateway getting bogged down. When I was having long response times with this site I ran a few network diagnostics from this end and a few using remote hosts and even a proxy server.
I located a border router within the level 3 Inc. Colorado network that was causing the problem. It would be slow to respond but then timeout altogether. We must keep in mind that our data travels different routes to and from the server at random times.

From out west often our network traffic will be routed along the high line or through San Jose, CA, across NV-UT-CO then sent south to Phoenix where the FSJN web server is hosted. From the midwest and east, the traffic goes to CO as well then south to Phoenix.

What does all the gibberish mean in English?
From what I've seen the problem is the internet backbone traffic and NOT the FSJN network or server.

Internet/Network issues are every bit as numerous as Jeep issues :idea:
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby Tatsadasayago » Fri Oct 24, 2014 6:57 pm

I might add that recently my web hosting service moved my sites from their Los Angeles data center to Phoenix and within days of the re-location I started getting complaints of slowness from my clientele/Users.
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby Nutz-n-Bolts » Sat Oct 25, 2014 6:10 am

Tatsadasayago wrote:Internet/Network issues are every bit as numerous as Jeep issues :idea:
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby pyro » Wed Oct 29, 2014 8:48 am

Having issues with pages loading the past few days as well.
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby 90supra » Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:13 am

I have occasional issues on my chromebook at home. Haven't seen them on the home desktop
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Re: slow site resolution

Postby carnuck » Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:16 am

Mine has been fine this past week.
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