Forum Migration Complete - FTP back - IPv6 now enabled

edited July 2010 in News & Announcements
If you are reading this you are reading WinBoards moved over to wdl1.

Port 80 is now open for all who wish to use it, and it is suggested that you update all your bookmarks to reflect this port change. Port 81 is still open and will remain so for quite some time. ka0s.dyndns.org still works however I will like to start phasing that URL out.

The FTP is back and working. Same uname/pass.

Also, both WinWorld and WinBoards are now accessible via IPv6.

Comments

  • Awesome.
  • Hmm, nice and speedy.
  • I'd like to add:

    1) Remember that statistics for both WinWorld and WinBoards can be viewed at http://www.winworldpc.com/analytics/. I haven't been uploading the reports as regularly, but usually I get at least one uploaded per week.

    2) A frame-free version of WinWorld is in the works. I hate iframes, we've just been using them for simplicity up til now.
  • Excellent :)
  • For me its definitely faster, but then again, I finally installed Opera at work instead of Firefox, so thats also making it seem faster.
  • It's much faster for sure. Pretty much instant. It seems almost as fast as if it were running locally on my network.
  • BlueSun wrote:
    It's much faster for sure. Pretty much instant. It seems almost as fast as if it were running locally on my network.

    Yea. As I'm using it here right now it is DEFINITELY faster than on my old server. Again, I also just moved Opera here at work, but theres no way its just the browser making things this fast. Its literally instant.

    The previous setup wasn't necessarily "slow", it was pretty comparable to most websites, but now this is just unbelievable.

    EDIT:
    Except just now....
    Page generation time: 7.0774s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    SECOND EDIT:
    Just took 5.1 seconds... but its only this thread that takes forever...

    THIRD EDIT!:
    Page generation time: 6.1874s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on


    stitch, wtf is going on here? try editing this post and look at the time it takes to generate

    edit by stitch lol
  • Must be you :/
    Page generation time: 0.0569s (PHP: 87% - SQL: 13%) - SQL queries: 13 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    Still speedy, even on T-Mobile's crummy network.

    EDIT: Now I see what you mean.

    Page generation time: 6.6972s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
  • Don't know what you guys are on about, it's pretty fast for me.

    Page generation time: 0.0612s (PHP: 87% - SQL: 13%) - SQL queries: 13 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
  • Try editing your post. You'll see.
  • Not seeing it.

    Page generation time: 0.0492s (PHP: 86% - SQL: 14%) - SQL queries: 12 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    EDIT 1:

    Page generation time: 0.0482s (PHP: 89% - SQL: 11%) - SQL queries: 9 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    EDIT 2:

    Page generation time: 0.0488s (PHP: 89% - SQL: 11%) - SQL queries: 9 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    EDIT 3:

    Page generation time: 0.0475s (PHP: 90% - SQL: 10%) - SQL queries: 9 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
  • Massive Quote! I've quoted the long post, and then edited it:

    New post: 0.2seconds , forgot to get the time
    Edit 1: Page generation time: 7.3076s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
    Edit 2: Page generation time: 8.9317s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
    Ka0s wrote:
    BlueSun wrote:
    It's much faster for sure. Pretty much instant. It seems almost as fast as if it were running locally on my network.

    Yea. As I'm using it here right now it is DEFINITELY faster than on my old server. Again, I also just moved Opera here at work, but theres no way its just the browser making things this fast. Its literally instant.

    The previous setup wasn't necessarily "slow", it was pretty comparable to most websites, but now this is just unbelievable.

    EDIT:
    Except just now....
    Page generation time: 7.0774s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    SECOND EDIT:
    Just took 5.1 seconds... but its only this thread that takes forever...

    THIRD EDIT!:
    Page generation time: 6.1874s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on


    stitch, wtf is going on here? try editing this post and look at the time it takes to generate
  • edited July 2010
    Now I see it:

    Page generation time: 7.1698s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
    Ka0s wrote:
    BlueSun wrote:
    It's much faster for sure. Pretty much instant. It seems almost as fast as if it were running locally on my network.

    Yea. As I'm using it here right now it is DEFINITELY faster than on my old server. Again, I also just moved Opera here at work, but theres no way its just the browser making things this fast. Its literally instant.

    The previous setup wasn't necessarily "slow", it was pretty comparable to most websites, but now this is just unbelievable.

    EDIT:
    Except just now....
    Page generation time: 7.0774s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    SECOND EDIT:
    Just took 5.1 seconds... but its only this thread that takes forever...

    THIRD EDIT!:
    Page generation time: 6.1874s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on


    stitch, wtf is going on here? try editing this post and look at the time it takes to generate
  • Rioter wrote:
    Massive Quote! I've quoted the long post, and then edited it:

    New post: 0.2seconds , forgot to get the time
    Edit 1: Page generation time: 7.3076s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
    Edit 2: Page generation time: 8.9317s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 18 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
    Ka0s wrote:
    BlueSun wrote:
    It's much faster for sure. Pretty much instant. It seems almost as fast as if it were running locally on my network.

    Yea. As I'm using it here right now it is DEFINITELY faster than on my old server. Again, I also just moved Opera here at work, but theres no way its just the browser making things this fast. Its literally instant.

    The previous setup wasn't necessarily "slow", it was pretty comparable to most websites, but now this is just unbelievable.

    EDIT:
    Except just now....
    Page generation time: 7.0774s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    SECOND EDIT:
    Just took 5.1 seconds... but its only this thread that takes forever...

    THIRD EDIT!:
    Page generation time: 6.1874s (PHP: 2% - SQL: 98%) - SQL queries: 21 - GZIP disabled - Debug on


    stitch, wtf is going on here? try editing this post and look at the time it takes to generate

    To quote this: Page generation time: 0.1029s (PHP: 91% - SQL: 9%) - SQL queries: 12 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    Ahh.. But when I hit "Submit": Page generation time: 9.9007s (PHP: 1% - SQL: 99%) - SQL queries: 22 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    Editing this: Page generation time: 0.0563s (PHP: 88% - SQL: 12%) - SQL queries: 9 - GZIP disabled - Debug on
  • This is because MySQL is a POS. I'm migrating it to PostgreSQL instead.
  • Ahh, is that why I couldn't access the board a little while ago?
  • that would be why
  • Nice, the annoying port is gone from the URL! ;)

    And it seems that the new SQL variant is working flawlessly, as the forums are really quick and faster now.. THANKS STITCH! :P
  • Page generation time: 0.049s (PHP: 99% - SQL: 1%) - SQL queries: 13 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    To be honest, I don't think I've ever seen a page generation time that low on any site running phpbb2.
  • of course not :)
  • Yeah, it's faster than before... my numbers are these:

    Page generation time: 0.1101s (PHP: 100% - SQL: 0%) - SQL queries: 13 - GZIP disabled - Debug on

    Consider that I'm on a 1MB Cable connection and I'm living in Argentina.. :O

    Really nice, stitch, thanks! :)
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