Scheduled Instance Stop/Start For One Shared Cluster Load Balancer
Scheduled Maintenance Report for Pagely
Completed
The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Posted 11 months ago. Aug 02, 2018 - 20:00 MST
Verifying
The shared load balancer has been power cycled and everything looks good. We will update this page when the maintenance window has closed.
Posted 11 months ago. Aug 02, 2018 - 19:12 MST
In progress
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Posted 11 months ago. Aug 02, 2018 - 19:00 MST
Scheduled
Pagely Engineers will be handling a scheduled hardware maintenance notification sent by Amazon Web Services for one of the load balancer servers in our shared hosting cluster. There are several load balancer servers for this cluster. This does not affect any VPS systems.

For domains pointed to the ssl20.host.pressdns.com, wp20.host.pressdns.com, or wp20-gw2.host.pressdns.com, you will not be affected by this maintenance.

If your domain name is currently pointing to the IP address 54.209.222.62, you may experience a brief interruption to your website lasting about 5-10 minutes.

We recommend pointing your DNS records to the ssl20 or wp20 hostnames. You may also take this chance to switch over to using the new ARES Gateway. More information is available here and our support team is just a click away: https://support.pagely.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000323792-ARES-Let-s-Encrypt-and-New-Atomic-FAQ

The reason for this maintenance is that the system is operating on degraded hardware. This is a routine aspect of hosting services on AWS and we will be performing a simple stop/start instance cycle to satisfy the maintenance.

If you have any questions, please contact support.
Posted 11 months ago. Aug 02, 2018 - 18:25 MST
This scheduled maintenance affected: Shared Hosting Infrastructure.