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#6
Done - thanks.

By the way anyone following those links will be taken to arrse.net, meaning you will no longer be logged in. Change back to .co.uk again and all will be OK.
 
#8
YesItsMe said:
sorry next time i will think of it - for me the .net one is usually faster :)
It's exactly the same - the server config file just says

user wants .co.uk - send him file X
user wants .net - send him file X
user wants .com - send him file X

All three will be dealt with in exactly the same queue, by the same software and the same processor and returned to you over exactly the same link.
 
#9
Good CO said:
YesItsMe said:
sorry next time i will think of it - for me the .net one is usually faster :)
It's exactly the same - the server config file just says

user wants .co.uk - send him file X
user wants .net - send him file X
user wants .com - send him file X

All three will be dealt with in exactly the same queue, by the same software and the same processor and returned to you over exactly the same link.

well - for whatever reason - and i know you're right ... tell this computer it can't be true

but still after all it is like this ... that's what i call the mysteries in scientific world :lol:
 
#10
Of course I swore blind that the new theme couldn't be slower and it was (and still is for IE6 users I know - sorry), but this time I really am sure :)

What is does mean is that cookie problems (login / out etc) are sometimes cured (and caused) by switching between them as the cookies are domain specific. A cookie sees a difference, but the processors don't. A processor may be dealing with a bit of number crunching for your request, then a bit for another (.com) request, then yours etc. until it has done the work and spit out the results.

Re speed, the good news is that we have the new server which is just waiting for its operating system install and being wired up at the data centre.
 
#11
oh that's brilliant news :thumleft:

hope all goes well with the changing of servers - keeping fingers crossed :)


and yes i know you are right - still it seems to be like this

though i have to admit with the speed we got atm - i couldn't care less :D

all are pretty fast for me ... perhaps .net is a tiny bit faster :lol:
 

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