[outages] So what is broken

Christopher L. Stone cstone at axint.net
Tue Aug 12 16:38:04 EDT 2014


Only seeing 497, 554 IPv4 routes and 18,128 IPv6 routes here as of right 
now through L3.


Chris

On 08/12/2014 01:44 PM, Geoffrey Mina via Outages wrote:
> Cisco gear can't support more than 512K routes... We hit that or close 
> to that at around 4am EDT today.
>
> ISPs are scrambling to update memory in their routers.
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> From: Michael Peterman via Outages
> Date:08/12/2014 1:00 PM (GMT-07:00)
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> Subject: [outages] So what is broken
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> So is this issue all related to a fiber cut or a DC/Peering point 
> having issues?
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> http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/liquidweb-among-companies-affected-major-outage-across-us-network-providers
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> Michael  Peterman
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>    1. Windstream (Mike Walter)
>    2. CoreSite Any2 LA (jd)
>    3. Re: CoreSite Any2 LA (Paul Stewart)
>    4. LastPass.com has a DC outage (Chris Egeland)
>    5. Major outages today, not much info at this time
>       (Hoyle Anderson (AM))
>    6. Re: Major outages today, not much info at this time (Teun Vink)
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> Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 13:19:08 +0000
> From: Mike Walter <mwalter at 3z.net>
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> Subject: [outages] Windstream
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> Just an FYI, there is a Windstream fiber cut effecting Ohio and 
> Kentucky customers, no ETA to repair based on their phone message.  
> Still on hold waiting to open case to find out more.
> -Mike
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> From: jd <jd at boldnetworks.net>
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> Subject: [outages] CoreSite Any2 LA
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> Is anyone having issues with Any2 in LA? I have no evidence but I'm 
> hearing some things, if anyone could debunk.
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> Thanks
> JD
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> Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 10:42:39 -0400
> From: Paul Stewart <paul at paulstewart.org>
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> Subject: Re: [outages] CoreSite Any2 LA
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> No issues here at this point?. At least that have become evident?
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> Paul
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> On 2014-08-12, 10:19 AM, "jd via Outages" <outages at outages.org> wrote:
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> >Is anyone having issues with Any2 in LA? I have no evidence but I'm
> >hearing some things, if anyone could debunk.
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> >Thanks
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> Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 15:04:58 +0000
> From: Chris Egeland <chris.egeland at ferrotherm.com>
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> Subject: [outages] LastPass.com has a DC outage
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> https://twitter.com/LastPass/status/499199566701658112
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> "Update: One of our data centers went down, we have the service fully 
> running on another data center & are working to minimize impact."
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> I'm getting "An error occurred while attempting to contact the server. 
> Please check your Internet connection." In my LastPass bar on Firefox.
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> So, if you're getting errors with LastPass, this is why.
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> From: "Hoyle Anderson (AM)" <hoyle.anderson at dimensiondata.com>
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> Subject: [outages] Major outages today, not much info at this time
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> I know this isn?t much help, but there are major problems with 
> multiple ISPs since around 4-5 AM EST.  I really don?t have much 
> detail, but I have sites that are unreachable from some providers.  
> Looks like Comcast, level3, ATT, cogent, etc.
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> So, it?s probably not just you, but I?m afraid I don?t know who it 
> is.  I heard one report of a datacenter outage.
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> Sources:
> http://downdetector.com/
> https://twitter.com/liquidweb
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> Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 17:42:05 +0200
> From: Teun Vink <teun at teun.tv>
> To: "Hoyle Anderson (AM)" <hoyle.anderson at dimensiondata.com>
> Cc: "outages at outages.org" <outages at outages.org>
> Subject: Re: [outages] Major outages today, not much info at this time
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> On di, 2014-08-12 at 15:20 +0000, Hoyle Anderson (AM) via Outages wrote:
> > I know this isn?t much help, but there are major problems with
> > multiple ISPs since around 4-5 AM EST.  I really don?t have much
> > detail, but I have sites that are unreachable from some providers.
> > Looks like Comcast, level3, ATT, cogent, etc.
> >
> >
> >
> > So, it?s probably not just you, but I?m afraid I don?t know who it is.
> > I heard one report of a datacenter outage.
> >
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> Hi,
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> Some routing tables hit 512K routes today. Some old hardware and 
> software can't handle that and either crash or ignore newly learned 
> routes. So this may cause some disturbances in the force.
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> HTH,
> Teun
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