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Just two that I've noticed.... First all the timestamps seem to be shifted by 5 hours. I don't know if this is a UTC/GMT v. EST issue or not, but its quite minor.

Second, some of my personal links broke becase they pointed at '/' instead of './' or just '' Since they don't take into consideration the new base of ~monkads/ they all broke. Again though, its just a minor point.

I know how difficult server-moves can be on an IT team. I'd just like to express my thanks to the faithful volunteers who got the job done. Well done guys!

p.s. Is it just me, or is the site noticeably faster in its new home? I've consistently gotten ping times around 10ms!!

Update: Those ping times are from my server in philadelphia, so which appears to be only a few hundred miles away from the new pelmonks servers.


In reply to Re: Side-effects of the Server Move by blakem
in thread Side-effects of the Server Move by dws

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