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    Sus55anfd
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    Re: Instability of Windows servers

    Servers have not

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  • claydcousta
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    Re: Instability of Windows servers

    Windows Manager, the file that is activated by windowserver, is the main core of the graphic interface. It shows stuff in the monitor. Most computers would need a lot less CPU resources without graphics but I'm sure you wouldn't be happy.

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  • Manuel_
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    We could see that accuwebhsosting servers are most stabilized now days. Servers have not faced any major glitch/downtime.

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  • Vaughn
    started a topic Instability of Windows servers

    Instability of Windows servers

    Early this afternoon while physically connecting an additional GigE connection to the Savvis backbone, our switch fabric unexpectedly experienced spanning tree issues which created instabilities in our network. Steps have been taken to stabilize the network while our network engineers continue to investigate the underlying issue and procedures to prevent similar issues.

    We apologize for the inconvienience and will take all possible steps to prevent similar issues from occuring in the future.

    We will be returning service to one switch later tonight, which could create some short periods of instability while this switch is brought back into service and placed back into our network mesh.

    -Vaughn
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