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Resolved Maintenance Site Management Problems in Atomic Dashboard
Pagely Engineers are investigating an issue impacting the ability to add new sites, manage PHP versions, and perform other site management operations within the Atomic Dashboard. This does not affect the availability or performance of any existing websites. If you are planning to perform any site management operations in Atomic, we sincerely apologize for this inconvenience and ask that you hold off on making changes within Atomic until we have the problem resolved.
Resolved Major Slack Outage
Due to the widespread Slack outage, customers will be unable to access their private Slack support channels to interact with Pagely support. Live chat and Atomic support tickets are still functioning as normal.
Similar to issues experienced earlier today, Cloudflare is now reporting: "Cloudflare is Observing Possible Network Performance Issues in West Coast (USA)" If you are routing your Pagely traffic through Cloudflare, you may be experiencing Cloudflare error response codes like 520 or 524. Cloudflare has been updating the status of this incident on their end at https://www.cloudflarestatus.com/ Pagely hosting itself is not directly affected.
Resolved Minor Cloudflare network congestion
Since approximately 17:29 UTC or before, Cloudflare has been experiencing network congestion. If you are routing your Pagely traffic through Cloudflare, you may be experiencing Cloudflare error response codes like 520 or 524. Cloudflare has been updating the status of this incident on their end at https://www.cloudflarestatus.com/ Pagely hosting itself is not directly affected.
Resolved Minor WordPress 5.8.3 Security Release
The Pagely team has already begun rolling out this patch for all customers. If you have a version hold request on file, we will patch your site while keeping it on the same major branch version.
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