On July 8th through July 10th, our upstream provider will be performing network maintenance that will briefly interrupt network connectivity for several servers:
July 8: Dweb120, Dweb121
July 9: Dweb127
July 10: Web232, Web233, Web234, Web236, Web238, Web239, Web240, Web241, Web310, Web311
On each of these days, the maintenance will take place between 7:30 am and 9:30 am EDT, and will require a network switch reboot that will result in a loss of network connectivity for up to 30 minutes (but probably less). We’ll update this post as the maintenance progresses.
2014-07-10 This maintenance was completed.
The server has lost all network connectivity after we had to reboot it since it became unresponsive.
We are following up with the datacenter now to get this fixed as soon as possible.
[08:12 UTC] On further investigation, we found that the disk being read-only was the cause of the server losing network connectivity so we have
rebooted it into rescue and started a fsck.
[08:22 UTC] The server is back after the fsck and OK now.
Several of our US servers are currently experiencing network routing issues. Affected servers may include:
Web239, Web241, Web240, Web238, Web310, Web311, Web312, Web313, Web236, Web234, Web232, Web233, Web235
We are investigating the issue currently.
2013-01-13 20:43 UTC A backup switch has been put in place to restore service while further troubleshooting continues on the primary switch that experienced issues.
2013-01-13 22:31 UTC We are currently replacing the switch.
2013-01-13 22:59 The switch has been replaced and all servers are back online.
Several of our US servers are currently experiencing intermittent network routing issues. Affected servers may include: Dweb100 Dweb101 Dweb102 Dweb104 Dweb105 Dweb110 Dweb111 Dweb112 Dweb113 Dweb114 Dweb115 Dweb116 Dweb117 Dweb118 Dweb119 Dweb120 Dweb121 Dweb122 Dweb123 Dweb124 Dweb125 Dweb126 Dweb127 Dweb128 Dweb129 Dweb130 Dweb133 Dweb134 Dweb135 Dweb137 Dweb140 Dweb141 Dweb142 Dweb143 Dweb144 Dweb145 Dweb146 Dweb147 Dweb149 Dweb150 Dweb151 Dweb152 Dweb153 Dweb154 Dweb158 Dweb160 Dweb161 Dweb162 Dweb163 Dweb164 Dweb91 Dweb92 Dweb93 Dweb94 Dweb95 Dweb96 Dweb97 Mailbox8 Web102 Web105 Web106 Web108 Web11 Web114 Web117 Web119 Web12 Web122 Web126 Web129 Web143 Web148 Web15 Web151 Web155 Web162 Web174 Web175 Web178 Web180 Web182 Web183 Web186 Web187 Web198 Web199 Web200 Web213 Web219 Web220 Web226 Web227 Web228 Web229 Web230 Web231 Web232 Web233 Web234 Web235 Web236 Web237 Web238 Web239 Web24 Web240 Web241 Web243 Web244 Web245 Web246 Web247 Web25 Web27 Web28 Web30 Web300 Web301 Web302 Web307 Web308 Web309 Web31 Web310 Web311 Web312 Web313 Web318 Web319 Web320 Web324 Web328 Web329 Web330 Web335 Web336 Web337 Web338 Web34 Web341 Web342 Web343 Web344 Web345 Web346 Web347 Web348 Web349 Web35 Web37 Web39 Web4 Web40 Web42 Web48 Web49 Web5 Web55 Web57 Web65 Web69 Web70 Web72 Web74 Web75 Web80 Web83 Web91 Web95 Web99
We’re working to resolve this issue and will update this post when we have more information.
2012-10-15 6:07 UTC: The problem was an issue with an upstream network carrier and has been resolved.