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#9852

Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

To All,

Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed?

Thank you in advance.

Cunli

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#9853

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli | | | It hasn't timed-out once!!! Now isn't that special!!! No!!! That's good!!! Keep-up the good work!!! I hope you guy are getting wealthy. Ta. Dave F

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Jennifer

#9854

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli

Cunli,

I have noticed that pages and forum messages are loading much quicker today! (I figured it was just our server that was snoozing before!) Thanks for the tip and your continued support of the site.

Jennifer

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#9855

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli | yes - good job - the lack of those annoying time outs is wonderful - especially when you've just lost a lengthy posting| |

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KEVIN SIMPSON

#9856

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli | | | Yes ..at times faster than normal

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Jeff Ferry

#9857

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 1 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli

Cunli,

I've tested several postings and they've come up instantly. Seems a bit faster than before, although I have a fast connection through mediaone.

Jeff Ferry

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#9858

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 2 September, 1999

| To All, | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | Thank you in advance. | | Cunli | | | No slow downs so far. I experianced occasional timeouts in the past and haven't seen one recently.

Thanks

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#9859

Thanks to all | 2 September, 1999

Thank you all for the feedback. As much as we can test the site performance from our computers here in Maine, confirmation from you is what counts. We are glad to know the database upgrade indeed helped.

Thank you again and please feel free to post to the Admin Corner or email us when you have any problems.

Cunli

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Dreamsniper

#9860

Re: Looking for feedback on site performance | 2 September, 1999

| | To All, | | | | Since Tuesday morning (EST) the SMTnet site database has been upgraded from MS Access to MS SQL. This should help reduce download time and improve our ability to handle the increasing site traffic. Have any of you noticed a change in access speed? | | | | Thank you in advance. | | | | Cunli | | | | | | | It hasn't timed-out once!!! Now isn't that special!!! No!!! That's good!!! Keep-up the good work!!! I hope you guy are getting wealthy. Ta. Dave F |

Well, I should say speed performance increased to 40% and it hasn't timed out on my end. Well Done !

Dreamsniper

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