Saturday, April 23, 2011

Amazon Cloud Services and Sony Playstation both experiencing website outages | Arik Hesseldahl | NewEnterprise | AllThingsD

The Amazon EC2 nightmare continued into last night

Amazon continues to send intermittent status updates via its dashboard, but it’s difficult to get much of an idea as to when they expect to be fully back to normal, though minutes ago it said it is starting to see “meaningful progress” in getting things under control. These are the latest messages from its EC2 status feed:

6:18 AM PT We’re starting to see more meaningful progress in restoring volumes (many have been restored in the last few hours) and expect this progress to continue over the next few hours. We expect that we’ll reach a point where a minority of these stuck volumes will need to be restored with a more time consuming process, using backups made to S3 yesterday (these will have longer recovery times for the affected volumes). When we get to that point, we’ll let folks know. As volumes are restored, they become available to running instances, however they will not be able to be detached until we enable the API commands in the affected Availability Zone.

Amazon Cloud Services and Sony Playstation both experiencing website outages | Arik Hesseldahl | NewEnterprise | AllThingsD

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