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Surprisingly, we already started to show signs of outgrowing our new host :).

After the migration, I saw some strange database crashes.  I originally assumed from the logs we had some database corruption…

ALAS no, looking closer after the database crash a few hours ago I found the cause of the issue.  Apparently the number of people visiting and downloading is high enough to have Apache (no, not a cool Native Canadian tribe – its a service on the server that feeds you webpages) use up way too many resources, causing the poor database to run out of memory and close itself.

I have adjusted some stuff on the backend that most users won’t care about.  But this should fix the problems.  If it doesn’t, ill bump up the VPS up a couple levels,  Thanks for staying patient ya all.

-Ed.

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