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  1. #21
    Freakazoid
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    Default Re: Anyone else having a lot of issues on the new forum server?

    Quote Originally Posted by canofhumdingers View Post
    Just today I?m randomly getting a message that my IP has been blocked by the admin. But it?s totally random on whether it will give me that message or let me access the board normally. Sometimes it won?t let me in at all, while others it will randomly give me that message while I?m in the middle of browsing the site. Sometimes just hitting back and then clicking the link again will make it work correctly and sometimes I?ll get totally stonewalled repeatedly being told my ip is blocked. Very frustrating.
    Yes I too keep getting the IP banned page as well. Glad to know it's not just me now.

  2. #22
    I'm getting a few of "Database error in DragonByte SEO 2.0.3:". Is this the same for anyone else?

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by MedievaL View Post
    I'm getting a few of "Database error in DragonByte SEO 2.0.3:". Is this the same for anyone else?
    This and I keep getting randomly logged out in various forums and threads.
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    Just noticed that I don’t seem to be able to use the multi-quote option in responding to forum posts.
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  5. #25
    It?s very buggy trying to visit this place. Ip bans, sometimes forums won?t even load.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by MedievaL View Post
    I'm getting a few of "Database error in DragonByte SEO 2.0.3:". Is this the same for anyone else?
    Same for me - I've been seeing that screen more and more over the last week.

  7. #27
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    This migration sucks. Sorry, had to vent.

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    The forum has become just about unusable.

    I keep getting a message that it has reached maximum users logged on.
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  9. #29
    Yeah I can get into the site, but the chance of me actually getting to view threads is a solid 1 in 15 attempts.

    Dave's been awfully quiet regarding this...I mean there are even mod posts in here describing the same thing. This doesn't feel like merely migration growing pains at this point. I hope this isn't the site's final hurrah, but then again it's lost the Sideshow money backing it...

    We should find a location to fall back on and meet back up there should the worst befall the site.

  10. #30
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    Looking at the error screens I have encountered so far, it looks like the new home we've migrated to might just be a bit underpowered?

    I don't have a lot of experience with vBulletin, but I am a web dev and I work at a company where websites that get millions of hits a month are our entire livelihood, so if I had to guess, I would say the new home has less processing power and we're straining it. Again, no personal experience with vBulletin, no idea what the server config is, and no access to any metrics/analytics or back-end data. Reminds me of the time I tried to run a Drupal site on a tiny shared server. The error messages it threw were all over the damn place, but in the end it was just a PHP memory issue.

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