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9-01-2009 @ 1:33PM
This is garbage how the hell does it take twelve hours to perform this maintenance. Also why can't blizzard operate like every other real time server in the world and be down for 15 minutes as they switch to a backup perform the maintenance and then be down for 15 minutes switching to the updated server. We all know they charge enough to be able to afford redundant servers but instead we suffer. Yes I know its a day but some people have busy schedules and thanks to their ineptitude I can't enjoy a passtime I pay good money for on my day off. If not this why don't they at least open a pvp server that runs alterac valley or warsong all day. This is garbage.
9-01-2009 @ 2:13PM
You do realize that the servers are in entirely different geographical areas and it can be very difficult to organize a mass upgrade of at least 30 servers?
9-01-2009 @ 3:39PM
Thats true Alamos being that it is only the early 90s and there is no information highway connecting the world. Maybe someday multimillion dollar corporations like Blizzard will be able to overcome this tremendous obstacle of managing servers that are not in the same room. BTW could you hold the onions on that Burger
9-01-2009 @ 8:47PM
You do it, then. If you're such a master at organizing a multibillion dollar company with a million dollar franchise, YOU fix all of these server problems. YOU upgrade each and every one of them. Fuck your hamburger, this is Warcraft.
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