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Blog Performance Problems

By Noah | May 18, 2009

The hosting service for this blog, Dreamhost, has mostly provided excellent support and good performance. Well, they continue to provide good support, which is to say that every time I’ve complained they’ve gotten back to me with very good and very sympathetic explanations, but the fact is they’re having some serious performance problems lately.  They assure me that they’re working hard to get things fixed, but in the meantime, that’s the reason that this blog is sometimes embarrassingly slow to respond.  I’m sorry for any inconvenience.  Feel free to report any unusual problems as comments.

Update: as of May 25 May 29, performance has been excellent for the past 5 10 days or so.  Thanks to everyone at Dreamhost for getting things straightened out!

Thank you.

Topics: Arcane domain blog | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Blog Performance Problems”

  1. Noah Says:
    May 21st, 2009 at 6:01 PM

    As of May 20th, performance seems to be back to normal. Please do let me know if you encounter performance problems. Thank you.


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