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In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Jan 17, 09:01 MST
Scheduled - Pagely will be conducting PHP upgrades for 7.0 to 7.1 for VPS plans. We will be performing this work during the week at off-peak times relative to the region(s) below in order to fully complete the upgrades overall. Each upgrade event will be a separate announcement on our status page.

This maintenance affects customers hosted in the following region(s):

London

If your site is currently running as PHP 5.6, please note that you will not be affected by this event. There will be a separate maintenance for PHP 5.6 sites. We encourage any customers still running on PHP 5.6 to switch to PHP 7 mode as soon as possible per our earlier email outreach. You can contact support to gain further assistance.

We will begin on Thursday, January 17, 2018 at 9:00AM and complete by 5:00PM MST

As of December 3, 2018, PHP 7.0 is no longer receiving security updates. You may review the schedule for PHP releases on this page: http://php.net/supported-versions.php

We will be performing automated upgrades of PHP 7.0 sites to PHP 7.1, which will continue to receive security updates through 2019.

We will be performing basic checks before and after the transition to ensure sites are loading correctly. If we detect any issues, we will reach out to let you know. With that said, this is a fairly low-risk change. WordPress Core, as well as many popular plugins out there, are compatible with PHP 7.1. The most common resolution to most problems is to ensure both core and any installed plugins are updated to the latest version. The most common issue we have seen so far has been with custom or outdated theme functions.

While there is still a very slight chance that your site may experience problems, this update must be applied in order to keep you secure. Rolling back to PHP 7.0 will, unfortunately, not be possible due to its unsupported status.

This maintenance announcement will be updated when the process has started and when it has completed.

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This is where we announce systemwide issues as well as scheduled maintenance, WordPress core updates, and things like that.

We have designed our hosting architecture from the ground up to be compartmentalized, and as such, an issue with only one customer's server is not news worth telling on a public status page. When there is an issue impacting a larger group of people, we will be reporting on it.

If you are currently experiencing problems with your website or your server but you're not seeing anything here, it is likely that our team is aware and investigating. You may even want to check your inbox in a few minutes as we like to reach out to let you know what we're seeing. But with that said, don't hesitate to contact us!

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Update - We will be undergoing scheduled maintenance 2019-01-17 starting at 5:00PM Mountain Standard Time
Jan 17, 17:00 MST
Scheduled - Pagely will be conducting scheduled maintenance for a subset of VPS customers. We will be converting some VPS servers to the new C5d EC2 Instance class. Additionally, we will be upgrading some VBurst-2 servers to the new T3 instance class.

The changes will be happening on 2019-01-17 starting at 5:00PM Mountain Standard Time and lasting for 10 hours. Your server will not be down for more than about 3 minutes; we have a wide maintenance window so that we can get to all the servers in the selected groups.

This maintenance is primarily for servers in the following groups. Account owners were emailed ahead of time with group IDs:

us-east-1-c4-14
us-east-1-c4-15
us-east-1-t2-1

Additionally there may be other servers selected to be upgraded which are not part of a group, based on our performance analysis.

Both the C5d and the T3 instance types are based on the new "Nitro" architecture by Amazon. Performance is better across the board, which means your sites will run faster!

During the upgrade, servers will be unavailable for a very short period of time - typically less than 3 minutes. Following the conversion, our team will perform verification steps to ensure everything is back to an operational state.

If you have any questions, please contact support to gain assistance.
Jan 16, 13:51 MST
Pagely will be conducting PHP upgrades on 7.0 to 7.1 for VPS plans. We will be performing this work during the week at off-peak times relative to the region(s) below in order to fully complete the upgrades overall. Each upgrade event will be a separate announcement on our status page.

This maintenance affects customers hosted in the following region(s):

Oregon
California
Canada
Ohio

If your site is currently running as PHP 5.6, please note that you will not be affected by this event. There will be a separate maintenance for PHP 5.6 sites. We encourage any customers still running on PHP 5.6 to switch to PHP 7 mode as soon as possible per our earlier email outreach. You can contact support to gain further assistance.

We will begin on Friday, January 18 at 5:00PM and complete by 1:00AM MST Saturday January 19, 2019.

As of December 3, 2018, PHP 7.0 is no longer receiving security updates. You may review the schedule for PHP releases on this page: http://php.net/supported-versions.php

We will be performing automated upgrades of PHP 7.0 sites to PHP 7.1, which will continue to receive security updates through 2019.

We will be performing basic checks before and after the transition to ensure sites are loading correctly. If we detect any issues, we will reach out to let you know. With that said, this is a fairly low-risk change. WordPress Core, as well as many popular plugins out there, are compatible with PHP 7.1. The most common resolution to most problems is to ensure both core and any installed plugins are updated to the latest version. The most common issue we have seen so far has been with custom or outdated theme functions.

While there is still a very slight chance that your site may experience problems, this update must be applied in order to keep you secure. Rolling back to PHP 7.0 will, unfortunately, not be possible due to its unsupported status.

This maintenance announcement will be updated when the process has started and when it has completed.
Posted on Jan 17, 00:31 MST
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