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Old 09-28-2012, 9:49 PM
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Default Forums little sluggish?

Seems like it takes a few minutes to browse over to a new topic area. The other websites I am forum member of isn't experiencing this.
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I noticed this also. At first I thought it was my laptop, so I tried my desktop with the same result. It's almost like something is running in the background slowing everything down - but it's only on here (RR).
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I am noticing a definite slowdown as well ... 20-25 seconds just to open a thread. I know Lindsay will get it taken care of, so I am not worrying.
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And postings showing even a longer lag time in being acknowledged, too.
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Its lagging here too
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hey, i was able to log into the forums after making three attempts, right now chatting with another member on the radio about this, what is going on here with the site? N9NRA
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Look at pingtest.net after running a traceroute program. That will tell you if the backbone is a problem. HTH.
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Look at pingtest.net after running a traceroute program. That will tell you if the backbone is a problem. HTH.
Ran the pingtest no problems what's so ever..So I imagine the lagging of the forums this morning was from site related.
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Look at pingtest.net after running a traceroute program. That will tell you if the backbone is a problem. HTH.
Ran the pingtest no problems what's so ever..So I imagine the lagging of the forums this morning was from site related.
To evaluate the network, one really need to run a traceroute too. HTH.
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Lagging a little bit for me too.

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Yeah I thought it was me or my wifi but she's up to speed again!!!
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Thankfully it seems fine here
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It's loading up faster than before.
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I agree with Git-R-Done!

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