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    Default Phoronix Server Migration Complete

    Phoronix: Phoronix Server Migration In Progress

    Tonight (15 June 21:00 CST) we are upgrading our server infrastructure and moving the Phoronix web properties to a new data center...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTM4OTk

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    Default Way Snappier

    Hey, it is indeed way snappier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPF View Post
    Hey, it is indeed way snappier.
    Great, good to hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPF View Post
    Hey, it is indeed way snappier.
    ++


    excellent !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPF View Post
    Hey, it is indeed way snappier.
    seems slower to me? i can't see any obvious reason why it should be. ping is only slightly higher. forward route goes via level3 rather than networklayer. and it's meant to be a better server.

    that said, before the page used to show more progressively, now there's delays between changing each page but when it does start to show it seems to be all in one go.
    Last edited by mercutio; 06-16-2013 at 05:58 AM.

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    It doesn't seem to be any faster for me (using Chromium), maybe in some cases it can be faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calinou View Post
    It doesn't seem to be any faster for me (using Chromium), maybe in some cases it can be faster.
    the server seemed to move from dallas, texas, to tampa, florida. generally speaking, tampa seems to be one of the places with less than ideal routing, with lots of traffic going via miami, and weird paths / less direct routing in between. that said, my route looks to be generally ok. and still performance is slower. although when i started to look into this, was with regards to wikipedia, when they used to be hosted there, and wikipedia seem to have worse upstream. for some reason texas seems to have the best routing within the US... amsterdam is pretty good in europe..
    Last edited by mercutio; 06-16-2013 at 07:44 AM.

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