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This is a discussion on Update: allnurses.com New Datacenter / Network / Infrastructure in Information Center ... The move was a success! allnurses.com is now powered with stronger servers, security, and...by Joe V Admin Sep 23, '12The move was a success!
allnurses.com is now powered with stronger servers, security, and scalability.
We closed the site down Saturday, 22nd, 6am Eastern time to make the necessary changes. Because of work and planning done during the previous 5 days, the necessary changes/testing only took an hour to complete. It was a successful transition.
But that is not the end of the move ... we are now waiting for propagation to take place globally as we changed domain name servers.
Admittedly this is taking longer that we expected. We were hoping that 99% of our user base would have access by now but that is not the case. Many still don't have access.
Changes to the domain name servers or changes to Advanced DNS records require an update to the information stored across the Internet.
This update process is called propagation and occurs when domain name servers (DNS) on the Internet world-wide update their records (DNS tables) to reflect any updates to domain names and IP addresses. The propagation process must be completed for your changes to be recognized throughout the Internet.
DNS propagation takes approximately 12-36 hours.
When your ISP updates their DNS records it will start showing you allnurses.com from the new location. You will know this as fact, when you are able to post, edit, register, etc.
For those who are still having issues we apologize for the inconvenience.
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- Sep 23, '12 by Joe VNote: allnurses.com and allnurses-breakroom.com are two separate sites. Propagation will be different for both sites.
You may experience intermittent times when you are shown the old site and then the new. This is because your ISP has many different DNS caching locations.
- Sep 23, '12 by Joe VI will post this on the old location.
- Sep 23, '12 by herring_RNThank you.
- Sep 23, '12 by aknottedyarnI am always impressed at the work you are able to accomplish. Some days it atakes me that long to post one thing.
Joe, we are very blessed to have you. Thank you.
- Sep 23, '12 by nursel56Best wishes for a successful propagation, and I will happily refer people to this message if I find them wandering, lost and confused.
Once again, thank you Joe!
- Sep 24, '12 by Esme12Quote from nursel56........I just couldn't help myself...... Great Job Joe!!!!!!!Best wishes for a successful propagation....thank you Joe!
- Sep 24, '12 by joanna73I've only had full access to AN within the last 8 hours. Hopefully within the next few days everything will be sorted.
- Sep 24, '12 by nursel56Quote from Esme12........I just couldn't help myself...... Great Job Joe!!!!!!!
Esme, those big ol' smileys(or smilies) are way funnier than my propagation (somewhat lame) joke. That first one had me giggling like a five-year old last night when I first saw it. LOL
My pages seem to be loading much faster on allnurses than they were before. Has anyone else noticed that? It's doubtful my ISP made any upgrades to their service <grumble>.
- Sep 25, '12 by Esme12I know 8th grade joke....I regress sometimes.
I think it's faster as well.