9:50PM We’re working hard to mitigate a DDOS targeting two sites on this server. Sites on this server will be unresponsive until the attack has been stopped.
10:20PM Almost there, we’ve stopped 90% of the attack, now blocking the last sources.
10:33PM Things are almost back to normal. Server iowait is a bit high, so sites will be a bit slow until that is resolved. Thanks for your patience, and apologies for this inconvenience.
21 September 2:50PM
Server Bumblebee 18.104.22.168 is offline. Technicians are investigating.
3:15PM The problem has been found, and technicians are working to fix the hardware fault.
3:26PM The problem has been fixed, and the server will be booted up shortly
3:37PM Still waiting for the server to be booted.
3:45 Server is booting up now. For the next 10-20 minutes or so, websites and emails will be slow while disk IO is high after the reboot.
17 September 2018 8:38PM
We’re working to mitigate a DDOS which is preventing the server from serving sites successfully.
The DDOS has been mitigated. Apologies for the inconvenience.
10:50AM Apache on Lannister is encountering an error, and is not serving any websites on this server. We’re working on the problem.
10:57AM The problem has been fixed, and Apache restarted. All websites should be functioning correctly now.
14:00 Greyworm is currently offline due to a DDOS attack. We’re working on mitigating it.
14:17 We’ve null-routed the target of the attack, and this seems to have stopped the DDOS. Unless another site on this server is targeted, the server should now run normally. Please accept our apologies for this downtime.
17:15 Hetzner is currently experiencing a routing issue in the Samrand data-centre. Connections to some of our servers hosted in that data-centre are affected. Hetzner engineers are working on the problem.
17:28 The problem has been resolved.
06:54 AM The server Littlefinger (22.214.171.124) is currently experiencing high load which is slowing websites to a crawl. We are working on fixing the issue.
07:38 AM Server load has dropped to acceptable levels. We will be monitoring to ensure that the problem doesn’t return.