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What is the most users online, yoursite ever had?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Ajaxboy, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    Our xenforo-powered site it is fairly new about 3 months, the most users online has been about 100. And 41 of them were registered members. It is set up for 1 hour activity.

    How many has your xenfore site had?.
     
  2. Ati

    Ati Active Member

    "Most users ever online was 540, 01-06-2011 at 04:52." (15 minutes activity)

    This is not a xF forum, my xF forum is not set up yet.
     
  3. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    Yeah I was talking about xenforo site.
     
  4. Ati

    Ati Active Member

    You didn't say that. [​IMG] :)
     
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  5. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    Is there a way to find that on XF? To my knowledge, there isn't an option to find that.

    My guess is our maximum so far has been 25-30...90% are bots that come to the site as soon as I post something to Twitter, lol.
     
  6. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    We have had just 1 spam so far, in 3 months, not bad huh? [​IMG]
     
  7. Floris

    Floris Guest

    Funny enough I started this topic yesterday as well :D
     
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  8. Fred Sherman

    Fred Sherman Well-Known Member

    Had over 600 after IBM announced a new product. About 50 were crawlers, the rest were carbon based lifeforms of varying levels of intelligence.
     
  9. Salty

    Salty Active Member

    nice
     
  10. Trombones13

    Trombones13 Well-Known Member

    Nice! Mine hasn't been hit because none of the bots ever register...guess they just see the link on Twitter and crawl to it or whatever, haha.
     
  11. Floris

    Floris Guest

    XenStats 2,064 members | 5,057 guests
     
  12. Andy.N

    Andy.N Well-Known Member

    where do you set up the 1 hour activity?
     
  13. Ati

    Ati Active Member

    7,000+ users on at the same time? [​IMG]
     
  14. Floris

    Floris Guest

    Sports forum, ..
     
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  15. Ati

    Ati Active Member

    xF has no problems dealing with that many users? That's a promising number. :) (I know it's built with big boards in mind, but still it's nice to see real-world examples of this size.)
     
  16. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    hmm my friend Jeremy did it, I am not sure where he went, but I think I read some of that as a new feature a couple months ago. I am gonna have to ask him...
     
  17. Ajaxboy

    Ajaxboy Active Member

    with 100 users online, the server crashed a few times, running out of memory.. upgrading memory did the trick..
     
  18. Floris

    Floris Guest

    It has, because of the server hardware, and trading seasons and people sharing links on twitter and suddenly a thread gets a thousand views in a minute. But they're figuring out memcached with xenforo, as apc gave nothing but trouble so they turned it off. They are still trying to rebuild the search index, but they have a live site and down = sponsors walking away immediately. Their trade discussion forum is still vbulletin due to the customizations, they're hiring some zend certified guy who understands xenforo rather well for quite a bit of money to get that stuff ported over. But the 'omg he scored' posts are 25 a pop every time something happens. They use 25% less servers, no caching at the moment and figuring things out as they go. Fun fact: with just vbulletin they weren't able to use search, and they couldn't handle 7500 users with 25% more servers in the array on apc cache. so xenforo is doing quite well. just not as well as it could.
     
  19. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    It's reassuring to know xF can handle that level of traffic; at Beta!!!! :)
     
  20. Andy.N

    Andy.N Well-Known Member

    in VB, there is an option of how long the users can remain logged in. Is there a setting like that in XF?
     

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