Ooops, small outage

I’m sure that either Mark or Stephen will do some stat porn for the last year, but one of the problems LibDemVoice is starting to experience is that we are just having too many visitors for our server to cope with.
Having crashed it earlier this week, I added WP Super Cache to the system, unfortunately this made it even worse (although this plugin is working fine on my own blog). Again the server crashed, so I downgraded to WP Cache, and the server went down once more.
After some kind chats with Adam at Dataflame we are back up and now using Hyper Cache.
For the time being it seems to be working, however if it goes down again we will need to look for alternate hosting solutions and the outage could be a bit longer.

Read more by .
This entry was posted in Site news.


Post a Comment

Lib Dem Voice welcomes comments from everyone but we ask you to be polite, to be on topic and to be who you say you are. You can read our comments policy in full here. Please respect it and all readers of the site.

To have your photo next to your comment please signup your email address with Gravatar.

Your email is never published. Required fields are marked *

Please complete the name of this site, Liberal Democrat ...?


Recent Comments

  • Chris Moore
    Mick, our record at holding by-elections in the current political generation, i.e. last 25 years, has been distorted by the wipe out in 2015, at which point we ...
  • Mick Taylor
    I reject emphatically the idea that Corbyn was as toxic for Labour as militant. He actually did quite well in 2017 and only started doing badly when the entire ...
  • Mick Taylor
    @Roger Billins. I was 12 when the Liberals won Orpington and helped with the campaign. Eric held the seat for 8 years and then lost it in the disastrous electio...
  • John Marriott
    @David Raw Thanks for thinking of me. I’ve been on a bit of a self imposed sabbatical from LDV, which looks like being permanent. I think I’ve ruffled too ...
  • Tristan Ward
    @Paul Barker "everyone is running down the Solid Labour win in Wakefield" Seems about right to me: 12.75 % compared to our 30% swing 39% turnout (be...