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October 04, 2015, 06:37:13 AM
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And the problem still persists. Guess what? I've been greeted by this page for straight 2 hours of browsing!



Anyone else experiences this?

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October 04, 2015, 03:42:32 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

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October 04, 2015, 03:43:33 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

Anyway around this ? had the same issue one too many times today..
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October 04, 2015, 06:03:53 PM
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Received an "Database Error" too. Looks like server is overwhelmed now.

UPD.: If you have no errors ATM you can try open a "Developer console" at "Network" tab and then refresh this page more than one time. It is good if you will request new page while old still in loading process. You can see that server responded with 503 code and says that "Service Temporarily Unavailable", basically on images requests.
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October 04, 2015, 06:18:55 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

Anyway around this ? had the same issue one too many times today..

It's not that big of an error; just refresh the page again and continue browsing. It can take up for a few seconds of your time and it's not particularly annoying, unlike that 502 error which usually persists for a minute.

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October 04, 2015, 06:54:28 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

Anyway around this ? had the same issue one too many times today..

It's not that big of an error; just refresh the page again and continue browsing. It can take up for a few seconds of your time and it's not particularly annoying, unlike that 502 error which usually persists for a minute.

The same thing can happen when sending a message, posting or asking for a draft preview. A large portion of requests are either getting lost or not being replied to. Its not as simple as refreshing the page.

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October 04, 2015, 06:57:32 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

Anyway around this ? had the same issue one too many times today..

It's not that big of an error; just refresh the page again and continue browsing. It can take up for a few seconds of your time and it's not particularly annoying, unlike that 502 error which usually persists for a minute.

The same thing can happen when sending a message, posting or asking for a draft preview. A large portion of requests are either getting lost or not being replied to. Its not as simple as refreshing the page.

I was talking about the error with the page half loading with only the advertisement on the page. I believe that error only occurs when you view a thread; I only get it at those times.

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October 04, 2015, 07:08:47 PM
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got a lot of 502's today. but i got used to it.

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October 04, 2015, 08:18:03 PM
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Basically this one. Most of the time, I'm being brought to a half-loaded page.

If it always stops at the ad then maybe the ad is triggering it. FortuneJack's ad (shown in that screenshot) is particularly heavy on CSS. It is valid HTML/CSS, though.

Anyway around this ? had the same issue one too many times today..

It's not that big of an error; just refresh the page again and continue browsing. It can take up for a few seconds of your time and it's not particularly annoying, unlike that 502 error which usually persists for a minute.

The same thing can happen when sending a message, posting or asking for a draft preview. A large portion of requests are either getting lost or not being replied to. Its not as simple as refreshing the page.

I was talking about the error with the page half loading with only the advertisement on the page. I believe that error only occurs when you view a thread; I only get it at those times.

My point is its just one of many symptoms of likely the same problem, all of which can't be explained away by routing issues unless we all are in the same place.

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October 05, 2015, 03:32:04 PM
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It happens sometimes. Need to refresh the page many times first. And especially when posting the reply. Sometimes it doesn't work, I have to click post many times and ends on error page. But sometimes when that happens, I refresh the thread and my comment is already posted there. Phew.
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October 05, 2015, 05:07:46 PM
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i find bitcointalk lately to be smoother than last months. some times pages do take longer to load, but it doesn't bother me as much as a few months back.
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