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posted by martyb on Friday May 08 2020, @08:31PM   Printer-friendly [Skip to comment(s)]

[20200508_220152 UTC: Update 2: "Monitoring - We've corrected the issues affecting connectivity to our Dallas data center, and we'll continue to monitor this issue to ensure that connectivity remains stable. If you are still experiencing connectivity issues, please reach out to our Support team by opening a ticket through the Linode Manager or by emailing support@linode.com.

May 8, 21:57 UTC"]

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[20200508_170527 UTC: Update 1: "Investigating - Our Dallas data center is experiencing additional connectivity issues, which we're investigating. We'll post additional updates as we learn more.
May 8, 20:49 UTC

https://linode.statuspage.io/]

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We are aware of connectivity issues with Linode, out hosting provider:

Linode Status Page:

Investigating - We are aware of connectivity issues affecting Linodes in our Dallas data center and are currently investigating. We will continue to provide additional updates as this incident develops.
May 8, 20:07 UTC

Update:

Monitoring - We've corrected the issues affecting the Linode Manager and our API, and we'll continue to monitor this issue to ensure that connectivity remains stable. If you are still experiencing connectivity issues with the Linode Manager or our API, please reach out to our Support team by opening a ticket through the Linode Manager or by emailing support@linode.com.
May 8, 20:25 UTC

From what I could see, IRC dropped for a while as did access to our main page. There are reports on IRC that mail was down, too.

We are monitoring the situation and will update when we know more.


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  • (Score: 1, Informative) by Anonymous Coward on Friday May 08 2020, @09:35PM (2 children)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday May 08 2020, @09:35PM (#991821)

    I couldn't get to the SN home page a few times over the last day or so. But I couldn't get to one of my Gmail accounts and various other pages either. So naturally I figured it was Spectrum not maintaining my cable (as usual).

    Good to know that it may not be 100% a Spectrum problem.

    • (Score: 3, Informative) by martyb on Friday May 08 2020, @10:00PM (1 child)

      by martyb (76) Subscriber Badge on Friday May 08 2020, @10:00PM (#991843) Journal

      http://internettrafficreport.com/ [internettrafficreport.com]

      This is the first problem we have had in a long time (that I am aware of).

      FWIW, I also have a few servers that I like to ping should things seem off.

      Might be good to check their support page (or help desk), now, so you have some good resources at hand, just in case.

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  • (Score: 2) by drussell on Friday May 08 2020, @10:29PM

    by drussell (2678) Subscriber Badge on Friday May 08 2020, @10:29PM (#991857) Journal

    Like I said on IRC recently....

    I have an OC-48 here now, I'm happy to host a couple redundant servers... :)

  • (Score: 2, Informative) by Runaway1956 on Saturday May 09 2020, @02:24AM

    by Runaway1956 (2926) Subscriber Badge on Saturday May 09 2020, @02:24AM (#991936) Homepage Journal

    I haven't looked at the "big picture" today - but thunderstorms have been wreaking havoc around here. My power was out when I got home this morning. Mrs. Runaway said it went out about 4:00, stayed off until about 9:30. I suppose, as is normal, our foul weather hit Dallas an hour or two before it hit us.

    Last night's storms weren't really severe, but it comes soon after the severe storms last week. Any storm hitting patch-worked power lines is likely to knock things down.

    It's springtime, so expect the unexpected!

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