Author Topic: The great Cloudflare Incident of July 2  (Read 2426 times)

Online Chris Bergin

The great Cloudflare Incident of July 2
« on: 07/02/2019 02:18 pm »
So about 15 mins down, but so were 1000s of sites, including Discord etc. Cloudflare (DNS provider) had a major outage.

First down period we've had in a long time, but this wasn't our hamsters, it was out of our control.

All seems well now.
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Re: The great Cloudflare Incident of July 2
« Reply #2 on: 07/02/2019 04:15 pm »
Indeed. 502's issued ray id of null and then wouldn't even try to issue one on reload. Glad it wasn't a more serious problem.

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Re: The great Cloudflare Incident of July 2
« Reply #3 on: 07/02/2019 04:43 pm »
It was a big one. Millions of sites apparently!

https://twitter.com/TechCrunch/status/1146064626771083265
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