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  #2020487 22-May-2018 16:16
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Further remedial work has been done to restore resilience as well now. There's no evidence to suggest that there are any performance or capacity issues remaining as a result of this change and fix. If you are still having issues (xolu?) then I would say they are unrelated and should follow normal support processes.

 

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  #2020491 22-May-2018 16:41
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Yeah, it seems to be a recurring issue for me particularly on international sites I haven't visited recently. It will take a long time to connect, eventually time out then it will refresh the page and connect just fine. I'll contact support. Thanks for looking into it.


 
 
 
 


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  #2020502 22-May-2018 17:10
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Linux:

 

@hio77 plugged the cable back in he tripped over :P

 

John

 

 

 

 

ha i wish.

 

I'm too busy with other things right now :/





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  #2020572 22-May-2018 18:45
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Linux:

 

@hio77 plugged the cable back in he tripped over :P

 

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Troy told me he was using the cable to catchup his Steam downloads....


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  #2020627 22-May-2018 19:15
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good to know, oddly at work i couldn't open this very thread along with the international pages.  all seems fine now, i just blamed it on the work happening in the street


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