According to a report, Facebook is taking unusual measures to fix downtime on its services. According to this, the staff team should try to “manual reset” the server.
Menlo Park – According to The New York Times, Facebook is taking unusual measures to fix downtime on its services. Citing an internal publication, the newspaper wrote that the online network has sent a small team of employees to its data center in Santa Clara, California to attempt a “manual reset” of the servers.
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It said that on Facebook itself, digital door locks and other network-connected technologies also failed in some cases, as well as the internal communications platform.
The company does not provide any information on the reasons
Even more than five hours after the outage began, Facebook has not provided any information on the causes. “We have network issues” and teams worked as quickly as they could to fix them, chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer wrote on Twitter Monday.
At Facebook, not only did the online network platform fail, but the group’s WhatsApp and Instagram services as well. Internet experts suspected an error in the infrastructure settings through which users can access Facebook’s resources. As a result, the services can no longer be accessed.
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