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posted on 13 Sep 2018  -  12,665 views
I just realized that it has been almost a month since I last wrote in here! I wanted to drop a quick note so that people know that StocksCafe is still in active development :)
Apart from all the bug fixes and touch ups here and there, I have been spending most of my energy on upgrading the infrastructure of StocksCafe. Previously, everything about StocksCafe is basically packed into one server. As one server is easier to maintain, I tried to refrain from going beyond one by doubling the size of the server. Obviously, there is a limit to that. StocksCafe would sometimes crash or become extremely slow during peak hours due to the different processes fighting for resources (i.e. CPU and memory).
As such, I spent the last week working on splitting components into different servers so that there will be less fighting. Now, there are
four servers working together to keep StocksCafe up and running! This will not only enable StocksCafe to be more stable, but also be more prepared for future growth.
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you encounter any issues, especially in relation to crashes or very slow responses.
- Well done Evan. I admire you!
13 Sep 2018 20:53:38
- Thank you Evan and well done!
14 Sep 2018 00:06:30
- Great Work Evan. I noticed the improvement lately. TY
14 Sep 2018 19:15:02
- @all, thanks :)
15 Sep 2018 06:06:30
- great move! Thanks for striving hard for the subscribers!
17 Sep 2018 09:06:36
- Thank you for your for dedication and effort.
18 Sep 2018 21:54:27
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