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Topic # 151013 11-Aug-2014 10:15
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My website beehivemandate.co.nz has now experienced 900 minutes of downtime (since last night).  
The host domania.co.nz's website is also down, they're owned by echo3.co.nz and their site is down also.

Anyone else's sites effected.  Any ideas when this will be resolved. 
I'll give them a call around midday if nothing happens.

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  Reply # 1106250 11-Aug-2014 10:36
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It's just came back up now.

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  Reply # 1106260 11-Aug-2014 10:57
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Over 15 hours downtime in one go is just not acceptable in this day and age. Have you had any emails or contact from them with an explanation? I can't access their site from work but I'm guessing there won't be an SLA in place? Hopefully there will be an offer of compensation (an account credit of sorts).

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  Reply # 1107205 12-Aug-2014 18:19
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Yeah that's too much downtime, change provider to someone more reliable imo.

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  Reply # 1107223 12-Aug-2014 18:43
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Did they not have a status page explaining the outage when it was occuring? PM me if you are interested in a new hosting provider.



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  Reply # 1107415 13-Aug-2014 06:50
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Yeah I'm quite unhappy about this.  No offer of an account credit.  Even worse no explanation sent.  I emailed myself and got this short response...

 

We had rather large issue last night with one of our primary servers, all hands on deck, and we resolved the issue earlier this morning,
Very sorry for the outage. We are currently investigating the issue and cause.
Quite frankly (it came back up around 10.30am) I think they just got back in the morning and fixed it.
If not for my own monitoring I wouldn't have even known there was a down time.  I run a political blog and one of my colleagues wanted to publish something but couldn't because of the outage, and if there was a breaking political story during the down time I would've been pretty annoyed.
I've been with these guys for 8 months and this is the first major downtime, however the length of it and the lack of communication about it I find unacceptable.  They recently had a change in ownership.  Anyway I think I will be looking at switching to another host.
Any suggestions?  I currently pay $10.29 for 2gb's and unlimited bandwidth.

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