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#272873 21-Jul-2020 20:32
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Anyone else noticing some pretty bad AU latency and packet dropping tonight? Not a gamer or anything, but also noticing latency and what appear to be some packet dropping to some servers I've got over there.

 

I am seeing it across a few connections:

 

 

 

 

Some services are currently worse than others - really noticing it to some Linode Sydney hosts I've got!

 

Edit before @hio77 chimes in. At-least still better than Spark ;)





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  #2526762 21-Jul-2020 20:42
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Hiya @michaelmurfy

 

I checked my Grafana and smokeping server here at home, I'm also seeing it.

 

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Nudge - @2degreescare

 

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  #2526770 21-Jul-2020 20:54
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Pinging my Sydney AWS S3 bucket URL seems fine, 37 - 45ms.


 
 
 
 


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  #2526771 21-Jul-2020 20:54
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Looks like it's normalising now, may have been a link flap somewhere..







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  #2526784 21-Jul-2020 21:23
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Yep seems pretty much back to normal for me.

 

Not used to @NickMack being on the customer end of the stick these days!





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  #2526789 21-Jul-2020 21:38
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michaelmurfy:

Yep seems pretty much back to normal for me.


Not used to @NickMack being on the customer end of the stick these days!



I'm still keeping an eye on things ;-)




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