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.

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