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WordPress reinstall in progress

Posted on Saturday, December 29th, 2012 in #liveupdates, site by Ian

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Today we’re reinstalling WordPress, the blogging software. A server tune up has it running much faster, but comments and some back end stuff like comment moderation are still taking 10-15 seconds or longer. A secondary test site was setup yesterday and works much better, so today we’ll wipe and reinstall WordPress.

You’ll notice sitewide slowdowns from the backup process, followed by a few minutes of major outage on the blog. Hopefully everything is cleaned up by 10am server time (11am CET). We’ll post a followup here when the blog is sorted.

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14 Responses to “WordPress reinstall in progress”

  1. Ian says:

    test comment.

  2. Ian says:

    test comment

  3. Grapsus says:

    wow that was instantenious

    @Ian thank you for having took the time to tackle this issue !

  4. Ian says:

    Thanks! Reinstall of includes directory and manual cache clearing seemed to help. Still cleaning up some deprecated stuff while I am in here.

  5. Ian says:

    Test comment 5

  6. Arup says:

    Where did my comment go?

    Comment link was /#comment-122365

    Still buggy :(

  7. Ian says:

    Arup – I copied to a new database and yours went to the old one. I got the notice too but it was right when I made the switch.

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