iain51269522 wrote: »
Either getting bart or synchronising.
BSG Squadrons is down also.
What did we used to do before this stuff? There's a big box in the corner of my room there's voice coming from it and all the furniture points at it. Anybody know what that is?
Willy9292 wrote: »
Further to my previous post about Amazon S3:
Amazon Web Services is scrambling to recover from a cockup at its facility in Virginia, US, that is causing its S3 cloud storage to fail.
The internet giant has yet to reveal the cause of the breakdown, which is plaguing storage buckets hosted in the US-East-1 region. The malady kicked off around 0944 Pacific Time (1744 UTC) today.
It has led to major websites and services – including Imgur, Medium and the Docker Registry Hub – falling offline, missing images, or left running like treacle. We're also hearing loads of media titles that use S3 to serve images, plus Runkeeper, Trello, and Yahoo webmail, are all suffering: basically, this outage has knackered half the internet, it seems.
Just to stress: this is one S3 region that has become inaccessible, yet web apps are tripping up and vanishing as their backend evaporates away.
AWS, for some reason, insists this isn't an "outage" but rather a case of "increased error rates" for its most popular cloud service. Infuriatingly, the status dashboard for AWS shows all green ticks at time of writing, despite what feels like a chunk of the internet going missing as a result of the downtime.
"We've identified the issue as high error rates with S3 in US-EAST-1, which is also impacting applications and services dependent on S3. We are actively working on remediating the issue," the Amazon Web Services team said a few moments ago.
Tweetymaster wrote: »
I really hope EA will compensate my lost evening, I've nothing to do without tapped out. I've to tease my wife, my dogs. Gained a lot of weight by emptying the fridge. I becoming a alcoholic. And so on,and so on..
bluntcard wrote: »
I think a thousand donuts will be sufficient compensation for the inconvenience
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