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UK / European Caching Problem May Not Have Been Solved

Several bloggers are suggesting that the caching problem experienced by a number of bloggers in the UK and Europe may not be resolved, as previously thought.

If you're experiencing this problem, please provide diagnostics in a comment below. We'll start this over, so help us out here. Everybody can subscribe to the comment thread for this post, to track this.
  • Where are you? Country and city is appreciated.
  • What ISP do you use?
  • What browser and operating system (name and version please) do you use?
  • What is the BlogSpot and domain URLs of the blog involved?
  • Is it your blog?
  • A log from either PathPing (preferred), or from TraceRt (useful still), would be very appreciated.
  • If possible, join the discussion in my forum (approval for membership required, be patient please).


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Unknown said…
•Where are you? : Ireland Kildare
•What ISP do you use? : Eircom
•What browser and operating system (name and version please) do you use? : IE8 . Vista SP1
•What is the BlogSpot and domain URLs of the blog involved : http://animefiguresales.blogspot.com/
•Is it your blog? : Yes

I thought this was fixed last week but now it has started again =(
Anon said…
•Where are you? : England, Hertfordshire
•What ISP do you use? : Nildram
•What browser and operating system (name and version please) do you use? : Firefox 3, Vista SP1
•What is the BlogSpot and domain URLs of the blog involved : http://www.originalsharpsays.com/
•Is it your blog? : Yes
Anon said…
•Where are you? : England, Hertfordshire
•What ISP do you use? : Nildram
•What browser and operating system (name and version please) do you use? : Firefox 3, Vista SP1
•What is the BlogSpot and domain URLs of the blog involved : http://www.originalsharpsays.com/
•Is it your blog? : Yes
Exovolt said…
•Where are you? : England, Gloucestershire
•What ISP do you use? : Orange
•What browser and operating system (name and version please) do you use? : Chrome, Vista SP1
•What is the BlogSpot and domain URLs of the blog involved : http://www.philfennellshow.co.uk
•Is it your blog? : Yes

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