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    All works well at the moment.

    Thanks for all the hard work!
    Jesse Cochran "JesC"
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    The vBulletin System is hard to tweak, it does so much it can swamp a server. Adding the CSS is tricky, I have 100% confidence it just a matter of a few days and the Staff here will get it right. I love the results and look forward to seeing this site get even better!

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    Relax a bit, guys, and have a bit of patience. There have been some server problems which are not within Nel's control. Allow some time to get things back on track.

    Darrell

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    I had some issues the first couple days but at the moment it seems to be blazing! Somebody must be on the right track, lol.

    Jim

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    At this time the server should be back up to full power. We had to make some tweaks to the system which unfortunately caused some server issues. I can not even begin to explain how hard it is to fine tune a system such as ours while also trying to maintain a live active site. I would imagine it being equal to changing the spark plugs at 8k feet with Channel locks in your bath robe.

    That being said We will monitor everything today.

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    ...I would imagine it being equal to changing the spark plugs at 8k feet with Channel locks in your bath robe.
    So, what was the problem? Ha-Ha!

    Nice job folks! Kudos to all involved in the makeover...Don
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    Up to speed again.
    Thanks for your hard works gents!

    Harro

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    Obviously we've had a rough couple of days getting the servers to handle the load properly, but thanks to Rick, Joe and the others down in the boiler room we're looking much better now speed-wise and hopefully you can now actually take advantage of what the new site offers.

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    Pages seem to be loading almost normally today. A big change from the past few days!

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    Very glad to see that you're back on the radar - whatever you're doing, just keep doing it..!! Welcome back to very nearly the old Service.

    kayjaysee.

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