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NC020: Earlier server reboot

21 November 2015 02:16:43 +0000

We have determined from monitoring logs that server NC020 was only offline for a few minutes, and was rebooted at 09:46 UTC on 20 November within a few minutes of the problem being discovered.

We apologise to those few clients still using server NC020 who may have been inconvenienced at that time.

If you have any questions about this, please let us know. Thanks.

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Systems at a Glance:


Loc.SystemStatusPing
Server NC020, Chicago, United States of America, OPERATIONAL.NC020OperationalPing
Server NC023, London, United Kingdom, OPERATIONAL.NC023OperationalPing
Server NC027, London, United Kingdom, INTERNAL.NC027InternalPing
Server NC028, Vancouver, Canada, INTERNAL.NC028InternalPing
Server NC031, Newark, United States of America, OPERATIONAL.NC031OperationalPing
Server NC033, Toronto, Canada., OPERATIONAL.NC033OperationalPing
Server NC034, Lusaka, Zambia, INTERNAL.NC034InternalPing
Server NC035, Sydney, Australia, PROVISIONING.NC035ProvisioningPing
Server NC036, Amsterdam, Netherlands, OPERATIONAL.NC036OperationalPing

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