Answered: Boarding Area Blogs Down?

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  1. ConsultingChris

    ConsultingChris Silver Member

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    There are articles being posted this morning, but I am unable to access http://www.boardingarea.com/ blogs from Firefox and Chrome.

    Is it an AWS issue?
     
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  2. gleff
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    gleff Co-founder

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    BoardingArea is indeed down, doesn't appear to be Amazon-related.
     
  3. Jett Rink
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    Jett Rink Silver Member

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    Working now.
     
  4. Mikel
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    Mikel Gold Member

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    When the BoardingArea.com site is down the feeds into Milepoint also discontinue to work. Unfortunately, yes, it was an AWS issue that caused the recent outage of BoardingArea.
     
  5. bigx0

    bigx0 Gold Member

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    BoardingArea was moving to a new server this weekend. They are up periodically in read-only mode. The sites were supposed to be back by now but it's still read-only when they are up at all.
     
  6. bigx0

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    Looks like they're limping back now -- just got to a post which gave me an error two minutes ago. Also looks like my name/e-mail info was not remembered across the server move (perhaps different IP?).
     
  7. Wandering Aramean
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    Wandering Aramean Gold Member

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    Things are still very much in flux. I'd give it several more hours before believing that there is any stability, much less full functionality, in the system.
     

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