Systems ran normally in November.
Late Saturday, November 23rd, we performed system upgrades. As announced INTERDUBS was read-only for a short period. Sunday 24th we fixed minor issues that impacted some clients that were caused by human error during the upgrade.
All systems performed normally during October.
A sudden spike of system demand was able to impact some users of our west coast data centers in the morning of September 24th.
Otherwise September 2019 did not see any issues.
All systems performed normally in August.
Systems performed normally in July.
On June 10th we detected an anomaly during system maintenance. In order to remedy this, we had to take parts of the system into read only mode for an hour. During the relaunch and revalidation of required components some clients had trouble accessing the system.
Otherwise things worked great in June.
Systems performed normally during May.
All systems performed well in April. No issues or troubles.
Friday March 22nd around 10:40am PDT our New York data center experienced network problems. Some of our clients could not access this data center.
The cause of this problem was a routine maintenance operation that caused unforeseen consequences. The root cause of this event has been identified and has been mitigated.
Aside from this event all systems operated normally in March 2019.
In February 2019 all systems performed normally. No outages or interruptions: Neither of our core systems, nor of the peripheral networks etc around it.