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We know the wiki has been down for a couple of days now, and I apologize for the inconvenience. Our server administrator is AFK for the first time, and I have not been in a position to resolve myself until just a few minutes ago.


We will be making some changes for the better as a result. Please stay tuned, and thank you all for your continued support!

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I am still showing it as down with "504 Gateway Time-out" and "Error 503 Backend fetch failed."

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Anyone who still gets error messages should try connecting from a different browser/device to verify it's not a caching issue.


EDIT: Down for me.  It seems like it's intermittently up/down.

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I bought a new PC yesterday, and visited STEP only today. 5 minutes ago in fact. It's down for me using chrome, firefox and edge.
Chrome shows me error 504, firefox error 502 and edge, error 504.

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The first error is due to the length of time required to serve up content, which can be slow at busy times and/or times when really large guide pages are being edited. I have increased the timeout from 30-60 seconds to reduce the 504 errors (but load times may take between 30-60s now ... otherwise 504 again).


The second has to do with caching I think. I'm not messing with those params as of yet, but I did set some pool directives more appropriately.

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