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What is going on with 2 Serverwide CHRONOS SERVER D/C twice since Wednesday update?


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What is going on with 2 Serverwide CHRONOS SERVER D/C twice since Wednesday update?

who are the new GMs?

Are you guys aware of CHRNOS resetting or crashed, UNANNOUNCED?  Twice?

My method of validation is from CMD prompt:  ping www.google.com (everything is great, less than 12ms)... and ping lineage2.com and no response.  When relog, has System error in the NC dialogue box.

Compensation: Extend the PERMA vitality for Lv.110 or lower by 2 weeks so all the d/c that did not get the benefits due to disconnect can resume their XP to catch up, which is very important for your server's health.

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If servers go down, they know, they get alerts. Most commonly since lost arc launched is problems upstream of the server, within AWS infrastracture, that is more of a netsplit than a server down (meaning some people stay online, some people can't connect for 2-3-5 minutes.

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I am a voice network engineer for over 20 years and one of the things we always recommend is HA and DR.  With VMotion from VMware technology that is no less than 5 years that has the capability of splitting high-speed server resources such as SSD and RAM across multiple physical hosts seemlessly, It's hard to fathom a company as big as NC with billions in its pocket, can't get redundancy in whatever network they need to be up. I don't get it.  And I don't need to know all the details, I defer them to onsite engineers now  - the final product is subpar on a High-Availability score card.

When purchasing services such as AWS, in the voice world even MPLS, you can request 2 high priority queues, 1 for real-time voice, 1 for signaling or high-priority credit card transactions (EF expedited-forwarding, DSCP differenciated-service-code-point 46 markings, PQs, etc.).  Similarily, HA package should always be part of the purchase agreement in NCWest's AWS contract, shouldn't it?    If D/C happens outside of the .999 or .9999 certification, there will be financial penalty incurred.  That's how it works in the real world.  I guess there were never a 3rd party Audit like tier-1 banks, to go through rigorous DDOS attack certification.  There are things in the real world, there are solutions for every issue/situation.

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