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GitLab.com is unavailable

Minor Resolved

July 11, 2024 · lasted about 4 hours

We are investigating a problem with gitlab.com being unavailable for some users. We will post further status updates shortly.

Slow requests on GitLab.com

Minor Resolved

June 07, 2023 · lasted 9 minutes

Customers are experiencing slow requests on GitLab.com. More information in: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/gl-infra/production/-/issues/14839

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GitLab Pages outages in the last 30 days

Number of Incidents

1 issues

Last incident

11 days ago

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IsDown monitors GitLab Pages for major outages. A major outage is when GitLab Pages experiences a critical issue that severely affects one or more services/regions. When GitLab marks an incident as a major outage, IsDown updates its internal status, the customer status page and dashboard. Depending on the customer settings, IsDown will also send notifications.

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IsDown monitors GitLab status page for minor outages. A minor outage is when GitLab Pages experiences a small issue affecting a small percentage of its customer's applications. An example is the performance degradation of an application. When a minor outage occurs, IsDown updates its internal status and shares that information on the customer status page. Depending on the customer settings, IsDown will also send notifications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is GitLab Pages down today?

GitLab seems to be having problems. You can check the incident details on the top of the page. In the last 24 hours, there were 1 outages reported. IsDown continuously monitors the GitLab status page, looking for the latest outages and issues affecting customers. Check all recent outages in the section 'Latest GitLab Pages outages, issues and problems' at the top of the page.

When was the last GitLab Pages outage?

GitLab Pages last outage was on July 11, 2024 with the title "GitLab.com is unavailable"

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