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Cloudflare confirmed that it had resolved a “wide-spread” outage that affected many services, including FTX, Discord, Omegle, DoorDash, Crunchyroll, NordVPN, and Feedly.
Some popular sites, including Zerodha (India’s biggest Stocks Trading Website), Medium.com, Register, Groww, Buffer, iSpirt, Upstox, and Social Blade, experienced problems around one hour after users began experiencing problems.
Last week, the company experienced a similar outage in some parts of the world. The company did not provide details about the cause of the problem.
In an earlier thread on Hacker News, John Graham-Cumming, the firm’s chief technology officer, said that the outage did not affect worldwide but affected “a lot of places.”.
According to DownDetector, a crowd-sourced web monitoring software that discovers outages, Coinbase, Shopify, and League of Legends were also experiencing issues. The problems appear to have started at around 2:30 AM ET. As of 3:20 AM ET, Cloudflare reports that “a fix is being implemented.”
“Cloudflare is investigating wide-spread issues with our services and/or network. Users may experience errors or timeouts reaching Cloudflare’s network or services. The issue has been identified and a fix is being implemented,” reads the following statement in tweet.
Cloudflare describes the issue in the Twitter thread.
The Cloudflare team is aware of the current service issues and is working to resolve as quickly as possible. Updates can be followed here. https://t.co/22Yiyu3lKJ
— Cloudflare (@Cloudflare) June 21, 2022