Trying to open http://sqlanywhere-forum.sap.com/questions/23270/wierd-odbc-error-overnight

Waiting for minutes, no response.

Able to post this question while waiting.

asked 29 Oct '14, 13:10

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edited 05 Dec '14, 04:16

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Actually, I was able to enter this question promptly, but posting it took minutes.

(29 Oct '14, 13:13) Breck Carter
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At least it doesn't take "overnight":)


It took several seconds to actually post that comment, as well - q.e.d.

(29 Oct '14, 13:29) Volker Barth

IMHO, the forum seems rather slow w.r.t. to page navigation again, probably since yesterday...

Editing comments works instantly sometimes and does not seem to work at all in other moments - rather irritating...

(05 Dec '14, 04:03) Volker Barth
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Just to add:

When editing this comment above, after clicking the "comment" button nothing seems to happen: "edit mode" remained, and FF 33.1 showed its "still busy" cursor.

But apparently the modification was immediately stored: When I closed and re-opened the browser the changed comment was displayed. Puzzling:)

(05 Dec '14, 04:15) Volker Barth

The sad part is that I have now more or less accepted the fact that every now and then this forum is not accessible because of the very extremely slow response time :(

It was actually several months after I joined the forum I actually was able to get an answer on a search...I just thought that field was just for show and not yet properly implemented :/

(08 Dec '14, 09:34) M G
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Well, searching is really fast IMHO (and shows very reasonable results) - that facility has greatly improved in the summer - cf. that FAQ...

(08 Dec '14, 09:52) Volker Barth

Well today I am experiencing slow response times, add post in a previous thread took a long time, try to navigate from one question to another...well I just have to see it as patience training :)

(09 Dec '14, 02:40) M G
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