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Scheduled downtime
#1
Our server will be under maintenance, so we can reorganize the way it is set up, upgrade our OS and fix stuff here and there Smile
We hope downtime will only be for tomorrow October 18th and the day after, the 19th but these things have a habit of going horribly wrong so no promises!
Note that this includes our forum.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but we hope the changes will make the site and forums faster and more efficient Smile

* update *
Falc: Website and forums should be up and running! There might still be minor issues, don't forget to report them in: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Scheduled-downtime
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#2
We finally getting CKemu's new site design? ;D
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
#3
Hell hasn't frozen over yet from what I know, so I don't think so Tongue
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#4
@Shadow Lady: haha, unfortunately that won't be happening this week ;D
#5
Shocked 
I found a problem, you're not using nginx anymore, just boring old Apache Tongue
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Yeah ngix was giving us more trouble than boring old Apache, so yay for apache! (now trying to fix the omgz mem usage, that's why the site is on/off Tongue)
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(10-19-2010, 03:07 PM)Bositman Wrote: Yeah ngix was giving us more trouble than boring old Apache, so yay for apache! (now trying to fix the omgz mem usage, that's why the site is on/off Tongue)

Out of interest what kind of server is the site running on? I've gleaned so much as it's on a Fasthosts server of some description but I've no idea whether it's on a VPS or Dedicated.

If the memory usage is wholly an Apache problem and you haven't already played around with MinSpareServers/MaxSpareServers/MaxRequestsPerChild that might help a bit.
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#8
(10-19-2010, 03:15 PM)YukiS Wrote:
(10-19-2010, 03:07 PM)Bositman Wrote: Yeah ngix was giving us more trouble than boring old Apache, so yay for apache! (now trying to fix the omgz mem usage, that's why the site is on/off Tongue)

Out of interest what kind of server is the site running on? I've gleaned so much as it's on a Fasthosts server of some description but I've no idea whether it's on a VPS or Dedicated.

If the memory usage is wholly an Apache problem and you haven't already played around with MinSpareServers/MaxSpareServers/MaxRequestsPerChild that might help a bit.

http://www.fasthosts.co.uk/dedicatedserv...300-linux/
# 2.8GHz 3MB Intel® Dual Core processor
# 2GB DDR 2 RAM
# 500GB SATA hard disk drive
# Unlimited bandwidth 100Mbps
# OS: Ubuntu Linux 64-bit 10.10

I switched from the default apache to apache2-mpm-worker using php with fcgid. So far it seems to be better...
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(10-19-2010, 03:22 PM)Falcon4ever Wrote:
(10-19-2010, 03:15 PM)YukiS Wrote: Out of interest what kind of server is the site running on? I've gleaned so much as it's on a Fasthosts server of some description but I've no idea whether it's on a VPS or Dedicated.

If the memory usage is wholly an Apache problem and you haven't already played around with MinSpareServers/MaxSpareServers/MaxRequestsPerChild that might help a bit.

http://www.fasthosts.co.uk/dedicatedserv...300-linux/
# 2.8GHz 3MB Intel® Dual Core processor
# 2GB DDR 2 RAM
# 500GB SATA hard disk drive
# Unlimited bandwidth 100Mbps
# OS: Ubuntu Linux 64-bit 10.10

I switched from the default apache to apache2-mpm-worker using php with fcgid. So far it seems to be better...
Not advertising or anything but compared to the server I rent that seems like a pretty rotten deal: http://www.hetzner.de/en/hosting/produkt...erver/eq4/
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(10-19-2010, 03:24 PM)YukiS Wrote:
(10-19-2010, 03:22 PM)Falcon4ever Wrote: http://www.fasthosts.co.uk/dedicatedserv...300-linux/
# 2.8GHz 3MB Intel® Dual Core processor
# 2GB DDR 2 RAM
# 500GB SATA hard disk drive
# Unlimited bandwidth 100Mbps
# OS: Ubuntu Linux 64-bit 10.10

I switched from the default apache to apache2-mpm-worker using php with fcgid. So far it seems to be better...
Not advertising or anything but compared to the server I rent that seems like a pretty rotten deal: http://www.hetzner.de/en/hosting/produkt...erver/eq4/

*There are no charges for overage. We will permanently restrict the connection speed to 10 MBit/s if more than 5000 GB/month are used. 100 MBit/s speed can be optionally restored by committing to pay 6,90 € (incl. VAT) per additional TB used.

We've been over the 5000 GB a few times without fasthost throttling the server.




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