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XF 1.3 Send topics and new Almhachat

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Problems' started by Qaseem, May 9, 2014.

  1. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    Hello
    Do not speak much English, but I will try to illustrate the problem as much as possible

    When you write new posts and click on the Send
    The problem is one of two halves
    First: the adoption of participating is very slow
    Two: Do not move to participate or topic you sent or are not updated page

    I hope that the problem is obvious
     
  2. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    If you mean making a new post and it being slow to reflect/update - that is usually an indication of a network problem (bandwidth) or server being overloaded. Where exactly is it happening? On your site or one you visit?
     
  3. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    Added to the above
    I'm having trouble in administrative procedures
    There are very very very slow in adopting administrative procedures, for example, delete or transfer or modify or retrieve ...

    Knowing
    Browse the Forum and the transition between pages and its divisions and topics very fast and there is no problem
     
  4. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Shared hosting environment or VPS. If shared hosting they may be overloaded - same on a VPS or the VPS may not be optimized fully.

    A link to your forum would be beneficial.
     
  5. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    I own the entire server is not there another site only forum that I work upon which the problem
    Powerful server specifications
    I use XenForo about a year ago, however, the problem started only two days ago
     
  6. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    ◦Intel Xeon Quad Core, 2.5GHz (8 threads)
    ◦500 Mbps Uplink
    ◦8 GB High Performance RAM
    ◦1,000 GB RAID-1 Drives
    ◦20 TB Bandwidth
     
  7. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    Do you think that the problem is related to the Java program?
     
  8. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Check your RAID array to make sure it's not degraded. You could possibly be having a drive going bad. Not sure if you are using software RAID on onboard BIOS raid.
     
  9. Qaseem

    Qaseem Member

    I am a customer ask .. is not it my right to get technical support from the company? Where is the technical support why not give me solutions to this problem?
     
  10. Tracy Perry

    Tracy Perry Well-Known Member

    Have you submitted a ticket? That is normally how official support it taken care of, not by posts in the forum (which will get you responses from everyone).
     

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