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manish ghildiyal
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Hi,

For last almost 2 months I am witnessing that it takes eternity for this site to load and finally session expires.
Am I the only one facing it or others also having similar issue?

Is it location based?I am from India.

Manish
manish ghildiyal
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...and am facing it with every browser.
Henry Wong
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Moving this topic to the ranch office forum -- where it is on-topic.

Henry


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manish ghildiyal
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Thanks.
Tim Cooke
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I access the site most days from the UK and have not had any problems. I suspect the problem is related to your internet connection or ISP.


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Ulf Dittmer
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I haven't noticed any change, or general slowness, accessing it from various places in Europe.
Jaikiran Pai
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I haven't noticed any slowness either and I access from India.

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Campbell Ritchie
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There are all sorts of reason why your browser or connection may be very slow; I have had connectivity problems with SELinux in the last few months but the Ranch site opens quickly once I get that problem corrected.
I presume you do not mean you get the messages which says, “…you caught us with our pants down&hellip”
Anayonkar Shivalkar
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manish ghildiyal wrote:Is it location based?I am from India.

As Campbell has mentioned, is seems to be related with internet speed. I've experienced this few times (either I get timeout, or another error message - especially when my connection is very slow, and I refresh multiple tabs connected to coderanch).
Campbell Ritchie wrote:I have had connectivity problems with SELinux in the last few months but the Ranch site opens quickly once I get that problem corrected

That's interesting. What was the resolution? I do not use SELinux, and apart from internet speed, I haven't faced any issues.


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Anayonkar Shivalkar (SCJP, SCWCD, OCMJD, OCEEJBD)
Campbell Ritchie
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You have to set a particular file type to the /etc/reslov.conf file, then reset the file with semanage (as root/sudo). The details are in the message accompanying the SELinux error. Since SELinux is a Fedora affliction, I expect not to have that particular problem in the future
Anayonkar Shivalkar
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Since SELinux is a Fedora affliction, I expect not to have that particular problem in the future

Oh really? I though SELinux can be used for all RedHat based distros (its not very friendly with Debian based distros - I've tried that )
Campbell Ritchie
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I never knew that! Well, if I have the same problem, I shall know what to do.
 
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