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Steven P.

Thank you Stardock and DaveLegg (db on their SAN)

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As you may already know, we've ordered new hardware to replace a database machine. This is going to take at least two weeks to be delivered and deployed.

 

Stardock has kindly offered to host our data store from one of our mysql servers over to an iSCSI target on their SAN. DaveLegg carried out this work yesterday and I can already see the benefits here.

 

So thanks to Stardock for looking out for us, and to DaveLegg, Redmak and Timan for all of the work being carried out behind the scenes, it's much appreciated!

 

Onward and upwards! :D

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What a legend!!!!

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Woooo! This is great for Neowin! :)

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Cheers to both Dave and Stardock as a whole.

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Awesome! thanks to all the Dev crew. You are legend!

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Instantly "felt" the change. Definitely makes a big difference. :)  

 

(Y) to all the people involved!

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yeah so much faster

 

well done guys

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Yeah, the difference in accessing the forums is notable. Good job, guys.

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Very gracious of them. Thanks, guys. :)

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I thought something felt different.. I no longer had time to go grab a snack while a page loaded.

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Great to hear... Good job Neowin gods :D

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Excellent news :)

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Cheque's in the mail. ;)

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RAA's shout for Pizza.  :woot:

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Are you guys thinking of upgrading to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 or maybe MariaDB or something?

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