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    Unhappy problem because of server Cache!

    I have reseller account from small web service company.

    they are great and better than the famous company.

    but I have one problem. I have personal blog, some time I don't see the new comment, also my visitor see the comment before 4 days ago only.
    and there is vb forum, some times new member can't login and only you see the old topic, and some times you see everything ok and up to date.

    me and all my visitor have the same problem and that can't be from internet service provider because they are from several country.

    I had such problem before 4 years and it was because server Cache.

    I didn't name the company because they are great and I don't want to blame them before I know certainly what cause the problem.

    what do you think of that ?

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    Do you have possibility to access to that? Is that issue for the whole server or just within one account?
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    all the reseller account had the same problem.

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    So you can delete it?
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    Do you have the ability to remote desktop to the host, as in RDP or X? If so, run a web browser directly on the host, look at the page(s) in question and check if they are stale/not current. You can also use curl or lynx if you only have command line. That way you can at least isolate the problem to the server or somewhere else. If you get the expected content then there could be a caching proxy somewhere that isn't working right, and in all likelyhood it would be located at your hosting provider or their direct upstream.

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    Have you tried contacting the host about the problem ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumsfo View Post
    So you can delete it?
    I don't understand what you are tring to say!!

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff_tanks View Post
    Do you have the ability to remote desktop to the host, as in RDP or X? If so, run a web browser directly on the host, look at the page(s) in question and check if they are stale/not current. You can also use curl or lynx if you only have command line. That way you can at least isolate the problem to the server or somewhere else. If you get the expected content then there could be a caching proxy somewhere that isn't working right, and in all likelyhood it would be located at your hosting provider or their direct upstream.
    That's what I called helpfull reply
    I tried a web based proxy located at the same server "Sorcery 0.5b2" when I had such issue the result are the same from my computer or any web based proxy. I think "Sorcery 0.5b2" same as curl & lynx it use fsockopen

    thank your for your help

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSRV View Post
    Have you tried contacting the host about the problem ?
    that's what I got from them :
    We are currently seeing no such issues. We request you to update us when you are experiencing issues with old databases.

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