Amazons S3 service already had crazy cheap bandwidth and storage.
Today I got an email that they are LOWERING the price even more!
Current data transfer price (through April 30, 2008)
$0.100 per GB – data transfer in
$0.180 per GB – first 10 TB / month data transfer out
$0.160 per GB – next 40 TB / month data transfer out
$0.130 per GB – data transfer out / month over 50 TB
New data transfer price (effective May 1, 2008)
$0.100 per GB – data transfer in
$0.170 per GB – first 10 TB / month data transfer out
$0.130 per GB – next 40 TB / month data transfer out
$0.110 per GB – next 100 TB / month data transfer out
$0.100 per GB – data transfer out / month over 150 TB
Has anyone been getting these errors when serving up SQL Reporting Services Reports?
A connection that was expected to be kept alive was closed by the server
All of a sudden we have been getting a lot of these, and I am not sure at the moment what is causing them.
We have 2 webservers that are hosting the reportviewer control, which loads up reports from a single reporting server.
This guy suggested that this problem was related to some 10 minute timeout, but I haven’t been able to replicate his 10 minute problem.
Some other people are talking about overrideing the webservice proxy classes to set KeepAlive = false, but we have no webservice proxy to override as we are using the reportviewer.
This guy is talking about changing the SSRS session timeout.
Could “rc:Toolbar=false” be the problem?
Looks like this was all caused by the introduction of an IDP by our network guys.
I am still not sure who to blame on this…
Is Comcast packet shaping Netflix, or is Netflix just not able to provide enough consisten bandwidth?
I’m leaning toward Comcast as being the problem behind this, but I haven’t been able to fully verify it.
I have bandwidth to spare:
But netflix doesn’t seem to like it:
Comcast has been caught “packet shaping” traffic for specific P2P applications like bittorrent. While this isn’t exactly packet filtering, the desired effect is to limit bandwidth for a given application.
It is total BS.
The last 2 nights, I have been trying to use Netflix, and even though speed test have me around 15 mbps (10 T1s worth of bandwidth), I am getting bandwidth warnings, and buffering pauses while trying to watch an episode of Dexter.
This is the message that I get:
Comcast has an interested in making your Netflix experience as terrible as possible: they want you to use their on demand video service!
Would they really do something like this? Of course they would! The question is not would they, but are they.
The only other possability is that Netflix itself is having some issues, but I can’t seem to find anyone else seeing these major issues.
I am a season ticket holder for the Chicago Fire, and over the last few years, they have infuriated me numerous times with what appears to be total incompitance in running the business. I won’t go into it all now, but to point out yet another way they have blown it.
Let’s say you ran the Fire, and you were trying to use your website to promote your home opener. Don’t you think you would try to avoid confusing your fans as to what time the games starts?
If you print out the season sechedule, it says 7:00. If you look at the ticket, it says 7:30!
This is just dumb. Dumb.
There are threads going on among fans on the various soccer related websites trying to figure out what time the game starts?? What is this, Guadalajara??
People love Apple, and they love iTunes, but I continue to believe that iTunesis the worst piece of widely used software out there.
Today I was trying to add a podcast to iTunes, and like months before, I ran into the problem of not being able to find anywhere that I could click to add a podcast.
It seemed the only way to add a podcast was to do so through the iTunes store.
Last time I gave up and was lucky enough to find the podcasts I wanted through iTunes, but this time the one I wanted to add wasn’t listed there (or at least I couldn’t find it).
After even more searching I finally found how to do it. You need the URL as a link, and then you need to drag the link from your browser window, onto the “Podcasts” navigation link that is on the left hand side of iTunes.
Totally… stupid. There is no other way to describe it.