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(Original post by John Paul Jones)
lol...only 13 threads,

that was the first page of her threads, i couldnt be bothered trawling through them all,


general chat - happy clappy? wtf? lol....
what an objectonable young boy
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lol nice analogy

But I think the old pots are better kept... they form a very good hisorical archive
UKL's very own library.

Soon, it'll be so useful, it'll be given its own research rating by those that do university rankings.
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UKL's very own library.

Soon, it'll be so useful, it'll be given its own research rating by those that do university rankings.
Yeah... see thats an argument we should use when we become a charity
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Doing my bit, just got rid of 2.5Mb of attachments as I was using nearly 9Mb...
That won't help though. The problems are because of the volume of traffic, not the hard disk space used :rolleyes:
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That won't help though. The problems are because of the volume of traffic, not the hard disk space used :rolleyes:
Well, UKL is far off another websites' forum, Digital Spy, which regular has about 1000 users online at the same time!

It's most users ever online record is over 4000!
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Well, UKL is far off another websites' forum, Digital Spy, which regular has about 1000 users online at the same time!

It's most users ever online record is over 4000!
That's impressive

I've noticed that its only when the database is accessed that there are server busy messages... I wonder what database is used? I know access would have a post limit of about 60k before crashing... maybe theres a similar problem with UKL? :rolleyes:
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what an objectonable young boy

hahaah nah, just concerned with cluttering crap on this forum lol
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(Original post by John Paul Jones)
hahaah nah, just concerned with cluttering crap on this forum lol
ask the mods to delete it then if you're that bothered. it takes me too long to go through it all.
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vBulletin uses mySQL doesn't it?
I think so.

Digital Spy, the forum I just mentioned, does, anyway.
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vBulletin uses mySQL doesn't it?
That should deal with it OK, and since it's PHP powered that suggests so. But phpBB for example can be configured for other databases... I'm wondering if it's a different database thats bean configured to work with vBulletin
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Well MySQL can apparantly cope with upto 100,000 connections at a given time, MS SQL Server can cooe wiuth 1 million. I am sure MySQL can easily cope with this. I think things like attachments as Pig suggested probably don't help.

I am sure must users would rather sacrifice features for reliability.
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Well MySQL can apparantly cope with upto 100,000 connections at a given time, MS SQL Server can cooe wiuth 1 million. I am sure MySQL can easily cope with this. I think things like attachments as Pig suggested probably don't help.

I am sure must users would rather sacrifice features for reliability.
Wow thats a lot

I would certainly prefer a straight-forward and simple yet reliable forum to a complicated, feature-ridden one that crashes all the time :rolleyes:
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this may soudn harsh why are some people so protective over post counts, its only a forum!!lol
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what about deleting old threads altogether
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what about deleting old threads altogether
already suggested it, but normal users cant do it and subscirbers dont want to do it
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already suggested it, but normal users cant do it and subscirbers dont want to do it
Subscribers cant do it properly either they still remain in the database.
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Wow thats a lot

I would certainly prefer a straight-forward and simple yet reliable forum to a complicated, feature-ridden one that crashes all the time :rolleyes:
The server busy message is to stop the server itself crashing.
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Guys, server busy messages are not disk space problems and they are not bandwidth problems. Disk space problems would pretty much crash it entirely and bandwidth problems would just make it appear slow. So don't bother deleting posts or worrying about attachments, you're wasting your time. Server busy messages are exactly that - the server is too busy processing user actions. It's running out of CPU power to actually run the forum software. The only thing that will cure it - besides upgrading the server or changing to less intensive forum software - is using it less. So do what PQ suggests - when you hit server busy messages, bugger off and come back later.
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