04/21/2005 17:23:40 London UK Error N/A 30.52 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Chicago USA Error N/A 30.44 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Orlando USA Error N/A 30.56 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Las Vegas USA Error N/A 30.49 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Hong Kong CHINA Error N/A 31.11 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Atlanta USA Error N/A 30.35 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:39 Oklahoma City USA Error N/A 30.39 N/A
04/21/2005 17:23:40 Frankfurt GERMANY Error N/A 30.79 N/A
This follows months of stability on our server with no problems at all.
Unfortunately the same can't be said for the Eros server which ran high load yesterday. The peek was ~160 and for about six-seven hours it ran at ~20-30. The trouble ticket I opened didn't get a response for eight hours.
Same thing today, the load is running ~20-30 and I've already opened a trouble ticket. As I type this the load is 21.79 on a 1 CPU server. Let's see, according to the support website the last three checks on the load are 24.17 19.91 20.17.
Looks to me that the sale to dotCanada wasn't a good thing, unless things straighten out in the long run. Unfortunately, that doesn't help the numerous emails I'm getting from clients wanting to know why their website takes sixty+ seconds to load.