Welcome to the new server!

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    Welcome to the new server!

    I've completed the migration of cprogramming.com to a new server with much nicer specs than the old server (the new server is a Core 2 Quad Q9400, 4GB RAM and we are now running with RAID 1). Now it's a matter of DNS entries propagating. I believe the increased RAM should help when the site is running at peak load times.

    If you find any issues with the board or other portions of the site that you believe are related to this migration, please continue to use the thread Welcome to vBulletin 4 - please post bugs here! to post them.

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    Cool... barely noticed the change over.

    The new server seems much more responsive and the DNS had already caught up when I clicked the link.

    Excellent.

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    That's great to hear! I hope it stays responsive as the DNS propagates further and more visitors start hitting the forums. Right now I'm seeing really low load averages and about half the normal number of users, so I take that as a good sign that this server will hold up better.

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