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  • server performance

    Can anyone relate how their ver 9 application server has worked for them ie; number of users and crashes etc

    regardz

    Eric

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    Re: server performance

    Just brought up a new application using the ver 9 app server. It's running under always up on a good but standard desktop computer with windows 2003 server on a dsl line. In the last 40 days we had more then 400 logins from about 40 users. Usually only one or two users at a time. No crashes and no complaints about performance from the users. We expect to expand to about 300 users. Itís still a small system but I am happy so far. There is a demo and tutorial of the system on line and if you want the link and password email me and I will send it to you.
    Irwin

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    • #3
      Re: server performance

      I have constant visits and logins from about a dozen users on alphatogo.com and alphadevnet.com, plus I am normally logged in to one or the other all day. No problems unless I have a 'rush' to the site from some announcement, then it tends to slow down a bit.
      Steve Wood
      Join the ALPHA DEVELOPERS NETWORK
      There is no Cloud. It's just someone else's computer.
      Web - Mobile - Hosting - Products - Frameworks - Developer Resources
      AlphaToGo | IADN (100% Alpha Anywhere Websites)

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      • #4
        Re: server performance

        Relating to the alphadevnet.com site....perhaps an annoyance to Steve, but I tend to stay on there and this messageboard 24/7....I can think of only 2 times I got "kicked" out and believe both times were due to site maintenance....and this is basically since the site was created.
        Mike
        __________________________________________
        It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.
        It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
        Henry David Thoreau
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        • #5
          Re: server performance

          Actually I have a weird problem on both webites, I've mentioned before. Whenever I make a sale, the WAS kicks the CPU up to 50% about an hour later. AlwaysUP then restarts the WAS automatically after five minutes of that condition. I can't figure it out. It's MY programming causing the issue, specifically my PayPal integration. It happens about an hour after the sale even though there is NO traffic at that time. The CPU just goes from normal to 50% about an hour later. I need to figure it out before Sunday when I put the new SQL version of the AlphaToGo Web Framework up there for sale.
          Steve Wood
          Join the ALPHA DEVELOPERS NETWORK
          There is no Cloud. It's just someone else's computer.
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          • #6
            Re: server performance

            Mike - I think you are referring to the IADN Forum, not the website. That's not an Alpha Five app, it is a PHP based bulletin board, PHPBB3 I believe. It runs on a normal 'cheap' shared host, not a VPS or dedicated server, not with my other Alpha Five apps.

            Its fun to operate a bulletin board and administer the several attempts a week by spammers to gain access and post porn and other spam.
            Steve Wood
            Join the ALPHA DEVELOPERS NETWORK
            There is no Cloud. It's just someone else's computer.
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            • #7
              Re: server performance

              yes--the forum which, if I had thought about it, I do remember you used the "out of box" messageboard and not Alpha5....I guess the url confused me as it contains alphadevnet.
              http://forum.alphadevnet.com/index.php
              Mike
              __________________________________________
              It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.
              It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
              Henry David Thoreau
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              • #8
                Re: server performance

                Thanks everyone

                I think I'm ready to go "live"

                scary eh?

                Eric

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