Possible upcoming myScoop downtime

With myScoop growing every day, it’s time myScoop got a more powerful and scalable home. With that being said, I have opted to host myScoop in England. This is due to the insane bandwidth costs in South Africa and by hosting in England and not America, Ill be keeping the lag to an absolute minimum.

With myScoop growing every day, it’s time myScoop got a more powerful and scalable home. With that being said, I have opted to host myScoop in England. This is due to the insane bandwidth costs in South Africa and by hosting in England and not America, Ill be keeping the lag to an absolute minimum.

Possible myScoop downtime may occur between Friday 12 March and Sunday 14 March.

The worst that can happen during this move may be that your stats will not be recorded for some time and the tracking image from myScoop will not show. Obviously I am aiming for a completely smooth transitition but as you know, anything can happen. Please bear with me as myScoop makes its move to the UK.

For those of you that know what I’m talking about, my ping to the current myScoop server is 152ms on average and my ping to the new myScoop server is 315ms on average. Once again, this is only due to the fact that I simply cannot afford to host myScoop in South Africa anymore and by making this move, I will be able to introduce new features and functionality as well as release the long awaited quality tracking badges.

The address of myScoop will not change and you will not have to update your tracking codes.

Thank you for your co-operation and patience.

Nick

Author: NickDuncan

Nick is the owner of Code Cabin, founder of WP Google Maps, WP Live Chat Support, and Sola Plugins,

2 thoughts on “Possible upcoming myScoop downtime”

  1. Are you moving the site to the UK instead of USA because of the server time in differences?  I’m having huge issues with those at the moment.

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