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We continuously monitor the official GrapheneDB status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last GrapheneDB outages.
Minor Resolved · 8 months ago · lasted 10 minutes
AWS is reporting issues in Availability Zone (USE2-AZ1) in the US-EAST-2 Region
AWS is reporting issues with some instances within a single Availability Zone (USE2-AZ1) in the US-EAST-2 Region. They have experienced a loss of power and we are seeing some databases affected by this outage. They are expecting to recover the vast majority of EC2 instances within the next hour.
Minor Resolved · 9 months ago · lasted about 5 hours
AWS is reporting issues in the eu-west-2 region
AWS is reporting issues in one of the AZ of the eu-west-2 region and we are seeing some databases affected by this outage. We're currently investigating.
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Major Resolved · about 1 year ago · lasted about 1 month
GrapheneDB documentation page issue
There's an issue with our Documentation page that relies on ReadMe service that is suffering an outage. They are investigating the issue.
Minor Resolved · about 1 year ago · lasted 3 months
GrapheneDB admin interface is down
We are currently investigating this issue.
Minor Resolved · over 1 year ago · lasted 4 months
AWS is reporting issues with the EC2 API in the US-EAST-1.
AWS is reporting issues with the EC2 API in the US-EAST-1. They have identified the root cause and are actively working towards recovery. Our Cluster plan deployments are available, since nodes are deployed through all possible availability zones.
Minor Resolved · almost 2 years ago · lasted 10 months
AWS issues in a single Availability Zone in the EU-CENTRAL-1 region
AWS is experiencing from connectivity issues affecting EC2 instances in a single Availability Zone within the EU-CENTRAL-1 Region, which is affecting a small number of customers.
Minor Resolved · about 2 years ago · lasted about 1 year
Some deployments experiencing connection issues
We are currently investigating this issue.
User-reported problems for GrapheneDB in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
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