Does Chowhound realize that the number of errors on its site is completely unusual for a site its size? Does CBS/CNET/Chowhound know that this number of problems is indicative of bigger computer problems?
The amount of time and aggravation spent on making fixes and patches by "engineering" and the tech team may be money foolishly spent, when a new, more powerful server is rather obviously needed.
You've had plenty of computer geeks/programmers/tech folks tell you as much in other posts.
Is a new, more powerful server on the horizon?
Are the folks who approve such large purchases for CBS/CNET aware of just how bad the problem is, and how atypical Chowhound's problem is?