We are investigating reports of an issue with one of our US based Google Cloud Compute Engine instances. We will publish an update as soon as we know more.
July 26, 2:10 pm
We are experiencing an issue with with one of our US based Google Compute Engine instances.
For everyone who is affected, we apologize for any inconvenience you may be experiencing. We are already working on tracking down the issue.
July 26, 7:28 pm
The issue with the US based Google Compute Engine instance has been identified. The root of the problem is degraded disk performance in one of our ZFS pools on the VM instance which may cause service intermittence for those clients whose sites are hosted on this machine.
We are already working on resolving the issue and making appropriate improvements to prevent or minimize future recurrence.
July 27, 2:50 am
After identifying the root cause we performed a manual hard reboot on the affected VM instance. The complete downtime was 60 minutes while the emergency maintenance lasted.
To prevent future incidents, we’ll live-migrate the affected containers to another host machine. The process won’t affect your sites in any way, there won’t be any downtime.
We sincerely apologize for falling below the level of service you rely on!
Our server provider for our legacy VPS server architecture is currently investigating issues affecting sites hosted in the Frankfurt and Tokyo data centers, and also possibly in the Dallas data center.
April 22, 6:24 pm
The connectivity issue has been resolved.
Our server provider currently investigating network connectivity issues in our Atlanta data center. We’re keeping an eye on the issue and we’ll be updating you as soon as anything changes
Our server provider currently investigating network connectivity issues in our Atlanta data center. We’re in contact with them continuously and will have updates for you soon.
January 1, 8:44 pm
This is a distributed DoS attack which is targeting the infrastructure in Atlanta. There is no ETA at the moment, but their engineers and leadership team members are working closely to solve this issue as soon as they can.
January 2, 3:44 am
Here’s an update from our server provider: “Our network operations and systems teams have been working non-stop for the last ~36 hours toward a resolution of the Atlanta outage. We have acquired a dedicated transit link that is now directly connected to the Linode network, and we are waiting for this transit provider to apply DDoS mitigation hardening, after which we believe that Atlanta should be restored to full service. ”
January 2, 9:23 am
Our server provider believes that they’ve closed all of the attack vectors that can lead to a DDoS taking down the entire Atlanta datacenter