Jason K. Chapman
Nov 30, 2012, 10:42 AM
Post #5 of 9
Thanks, David. It's been quite an adventure. The high water mark was chest high in the lobby, so all the equipment in the basement (electrical, phone, etc.) was destroyed. Right now, our phones are forwarded to a cell phone and I have a stack of servers running in my living room. The fun part was climbing 21 floors to drag down the essentials.
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It's probably bad form to brag about my coworkers, but I have to say that the staff has done an awesome job under really challenging circumstances. They're an amazing group of folks.
As to Firefox, you can try adjusting how it caches pages. If you enter about:config in the address bar, you'll get to the advanced settings page. The setting you're looking for is browser.doc.check_cache_frequency. By default, Firefox has this set to 3, which means "Check for newer version when the page is out of date". Setting it to 1, which means "Check for a newer version every time the page is loaded" should take care of the problem. The down side is that it might be a little bit slower loading other sites that you've been to recently when the page hasn't changed since your last visit. For the most part, it won't make a noticeable difference.