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When I first became a member here, I noticed the little "This page was generated in n seconds(I put the n in there because the time usually varies). My question is this: Does it really need to be there? What's it for?

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It's there to help us keep an eye on the performance of the forum software and back-end database.

We use it monitor the performance to ensure we can respond if things slow down - and to see the effect of changes/enhancements.

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That clears things up a whole lot. I at least know why it's there now

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 It's there to help us keep an eye on the performance of the forum software and back-end database.

We use it monitor the performance to ensure we can respond if things slow down - and to see the effect of changes/enhancements.

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