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ArcticuKitsu

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Thursday, May 18th 2017, 4:24am

Rising World Hosting Stability Degradation.

Yeah, I've been having gradual server stability degradation the longer [gradual] the server was hosted. It's been most noticeable this week that I also just sent in a support ticket, I tweeted about it gaining a reply from a Twitter handle asking me what's up, to write a support ticket, and then no reply after that. Told them that server stability is near unplayable.

My server latency stability simply gradually degraded over time that it was most noticable over Sunday (mothers day, in Canada), as well as today & yesterday (16 & 17th of May, 2017), that playing on the server is difficult. You can't stay connected for more than 2-20 minutes, and it just cuts out. It keeps cutting out, disappearing from the server listings, then coming back being all slow. I tried asking around if anybody else had any issues, yet it seems to be just me (for now). I don't know what's up.....

People on my server want to build, want to build a castle, and I just wanted to build something on my side in preparation for Canada Day. Can't. Server won't last long enough for any long term projects. We want to know why the server keeps cutting out..... I've been a bit worried, a bit skeptical about stability, because I've also read on many gaming forums that Nitrado suffers stable server stability, yet it was one of those 'easy options' for me. I do hope this can be sorted out swiftly.

I wish there was a page I could easily find saying if the servers are under stress, or whichever. A status page on server health, and such. Something on this level: http://isnitradodown.net/

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "ArcticuKitsu" (May 18th 2017, 4:33am)


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