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Re: Notification of Site Maintenance

Postby Williams » Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:16 pm

Are you experiencing it on specific sites, or generic ones?
What browser/OS/ISP combination are you on?
Can you get me a traceroute to pegasusfleet.net (or a subdomain that you're having issues with)? On a Windows PC, you can do this by opening Command Prompt (Start Menu and search for cmd) and typing tracert pegasusfleet.net (the specific command will differ slightly if you're on a different OS)
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Re: Notification of Site Maintenance

Postby Treymiar » Sat Apr 11, 2015 12:53 am

Chrome OS.
I tested Tracepath to pegasusfleet.net using 2 different ISPs.

crosh> tracepath pegasusfleet.net
pid: 2DF1F819542906DE65CCC0EAA3FA02CD
1: 192.168.1.177 0.190ms pmtu 1500
1: 192.168.1.254 50.516ms
1: 192.168.1.254 212.996ms
2: 192.168.1.254 144.537ms pmtu 1492
2: adsl-70-134-53-254.dsl.spfdmo.swbell.net 421.340ms
3: 12.83.74.37 71.218ms
4: ggr3.dlstx.ip.att.net 98.133ms asymm 5
5: 192.205.36.14 229.403ms asymm 6
6: ae7.cr2.dfw2.us.zip.zayo.com 188.028ms asymm 7
7: ae2.cr2.iah1.us.zip.zayo.com 113.031ms asymm 8
8: ae14.cr2.dca2.us.zip.zayo.com 134.938ms asymm 10
9: xe-5-0-0.mpr3.lhr3.uk.zip.zayo.com 153.748ms asymm 11
10: ae7.mpr1.lhr8.uk.zip.zayo.com 278.554ms asymm 11
11: 94.31.41.138.IPYX-068416-001-ZYO.above.net 236.422ms
12: 83.170.70.238 177.084ms asymm 13
13: dc5.as13213.net 263.984ms asymm 14
14: pegasusfleet.net 269.132ms reached
Resume: pmtu 1492 hops 14 back 50
crosh>

pid: 0E3FFDBA2FDB97F7967F40E91013FB0F
1: 192.168.1.2 0.162ms pmtu 1500
1: 108.sub-66-174-53.myvzw.com 37.843ms
1: 108.sub-66-174-53.myvzw.com 37.657ms
2: 68.sub-69-83-65.myvzw.com 38.566ms asymm 3
3: 97.sub-69-83-65.myvzw.com 38.774ms asymm 5
4: 98.sub-69-83-70.myvzw.com 39.771ms asymm 5
5: 188.sub-69-83-130.myvzw.com 42.850ms asymm 6
6: 188.sub-69-83-130.myvzw.com 41.778ms asymm 10
7: 225.sub-69-83-130.myvzw.com 40.687ms asymm 8
8: xe-0-0-0.GW9.STL3.ALTER.NET 39.657ms asymm 10
9: 0.ae1.BR3.CHI13.ALTER.NET 46.789ms asymm 14
10: 204.255.168.46 50.809ms asymm 14
11: ae4.cr1.ord2.us.zip.zayo.com 48.323ms asymm 14
12: ae6.cr1.lga5.us.zip.zayo.com 68.281ms asymm 16
13: ae3.mpr3.lhr3.uk.zip.zayo.com 142.303ms asymm 16
14: ae7.mpr1.lhr8.uk.zip.zayo.com 137.699ms asymm 16
15: 94.31.41.138.IPYX-068416-001-ZYO.above.net 141.723ms asymm 16
16: 83.170.70.230 134.582ms asymm 17
17: dc5.as13213.net 145.518ms asymm 19
18: pegasusfleet.net 138.518ms reached
Resume: pmtu 1500 hops 18 back 45
crosh>
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Re: Notification of Site Maintenance

Postby Treymiar » Mon Apr 13, 2015 10:26 am

I am very surprised at the improvement in performance, apparently due to screen resolution change.
When I changed resolution to make things more tiny, Pegasus sites suddenly open more quickly.
Could be coincidence, timing wise.
Could be that my system was struggling to materialize large page displays.
Anywho, it's something to try if you're experiencing problems.

{edit} I still experience lags, but they aren't as bad as before.

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Re: Notification of Site Maintenance

Postby Williams » Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:13 pm

It may have been something down to your own system causing the issue - I've tested it on a number of different systems, and I don't tend to get any significant lag (granted, I haven't tried on different resolution settings, but that doesn't usually affect web page load times too much).

I'm going to look into seeing if there's a better way to cache some of the site content to make it load quicker, since a lot of it is static.

You could also try downloading and installing locally the primary font that the site uses - Open Sans http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/open-sans

Since it isn't as standard a font as Ariel or TNR, the site pulls it from a Google API so that everybody gets a uniform viewing experience. Installing it locally might help with loading speed since the site shouldn't need to go to Google to load it and can just use the local copy.
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