[Dxspider-support] Spider node has the slowwwwwssss...

Ian Maude ian at gb7mbc.net
Thu Aug 4 16:01:06 BST 2011

Is it the system that is sluggish or just Spider?  If it is Spider, have you
restarted the node or deleted your dupefile?

73 Ian
Ian J Maude, G0VGS
SysOp GB7MBC & HB9DRV-9 DX Clusters
Member RSGB, GQRP 9838, FISTS 14077 | K3 #455

On 4 August 2011 10:07, Gary - K7EK <gary.k7ek at gmail.com> wrote:

> Does anyone know why my linux DX Spider K7EK-1 gets extremely sluggish for
> long periods, to the point of commands taking 3-5 minutes to process,
> existing connections timing out, and connect requests stalling indefinitely?
> My Spider is on a good internet connection but recently response time has
> ground down to a very unacceptable speed. What used to be very robust and
> nearly responding instantaneously, now takes 3-5 minutes in many cases. I'm
> losing users as a result, not to mention my sanity. They keep getting
> disconnected after timing out due to the sluggish nature of the system at
> this time. Users connect, get dumped, and reconnect over and over again.
> This is driving me, and my users nuts. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> I believe the latest Spider version is installed on my system. Thanks for
> any ideas.
> --
> Best regards,
> Gary, K7EK
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