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Old 20th October 2013
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Default IPv6 and FreeBSD forums:: not connecting.

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Originally Posted by my unweeby computer
Failed to connect to 20901:4f8:3:36::209: No route to host
What happened?

It pings with a slow response.

Destination host unreachable.
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Old 20th October 2013
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Using IPv4 it is also not reachable from the Netherlands. Pings from servers in Germany and USA also failed.
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Just tried https://forums.freebsd.org, but that showed an invalid SSL certificate warning.
With just plain http I get:
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Error 503 forums.FreeBSD.org is currently offline. It will be back ASAP. No current ETA.

forums.FreeBSD.org is currently offline. It will be back ASAP. No current ETA.
Guru Meditation:

XID: 763421658

Varnish cache server
The date: Mon Oct 21 00:43:29 CEST 2013
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Old 21st October 2013
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The forum server has been down since late last night (IPv4 here too).

http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.c...ms.freebsd.org
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Old 21st October 2013
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It came back online an hour or two ago.

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Originally Posted by Brad Davis
Hi all,

I wanted to give you all an idea what happened and what we are doing to mitigate similar outages.

The machine gracefully powered itself down due to temperature thresholds. An air conditioner failure caused the temperature to spike. So this means that all the data is safe.

Future Mitigation:
We are investigating adding a temperature sensor to this server room so that we can be proactive in monitoring the facility.

We are also considering migrating it to a different data center facility.


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