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...or is it just my impression?

FWIW, other websites (including parts of sybase.com) seem to be as responsive as usual whereas this forum seems to take a few seconds for each request...

asked 28 Feb '12, 07:55

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edited 28 Feb '12, 07:57

Very slow... almost 30 seconds to open this question, and I gave up waiting for a "search" on "insert" after a minute.

(28 Feb '12, 08:36) Breck Carter

The database server does seem to be working very hard right now, though there isn't much happening. I will investigate.

(28 Feb '12, 08:38) Graeme Perrow
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Just in case you have a database-related question - you know where you may ask:)

(28 Feb '12, 09:24) Volker Barth

The forum site is very slow again today, other sites are fine...

(29 Apr '12, 07:22) Volker Barth
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It does sometimes seem very slow to open a page today, but when I cancel and redisplay it goes quickly.

(29 Apr '12, 10:15) Breck Carter

The forum site is rather slow again today (both when viewing and editing), other sites are fine...

(20 Sep '12, 07:16) Volker Barth

Deja vu: The forum site is rather slow again today (both when viewing and editing), other sites are fine...

(24 Jan '13, 12:41) Volker Barth
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There were 4 or 5 database connections that were spinning. All were made within a few minutes of each other, several hours ago. I will continue the investigation into what caused the problem in the first place, but the spinning connections have been dropped and things seems OK now.

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answered 28 Feb '12, 09:47

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