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Re: Is it my imagination or are countless operations impacted today with mysql meltdowns
On Sun, 27 Aug 2006 00:13:50 -0400 Richard A Steenbergen <[email protected]> wrote: > On Sun, Aug 27, 2006 at 08:04:01AM +0930, Mark Smith wrote: > > > > On Sat, 26 Aug 2006 12:48:39 -0700 (PDT) > > Henry Linneweh <[email protected]> wrote: > > > > > > > > Every where I go that uses MySql is hozed and I can not access the pages > > > > > > -Henry > > > > There seems to have been a big fault over there that is effecting us > > here in .AU. According to our local upstream it's a GLX fault, and by > > it's duration, it seems to have been a big one - I was told about it > > more than 12 hours ago. Examples of sites customers are having trouble > > accessing are : > > I think you're referring to an issue of blackholed packets between GX > (3549) and Singtel (7473) in LA, for packets going to Optus (4804) (which > for some reason appear to not be announced to normal Singtel peers). I > don't think this was GX's fault actually, but I'm not sure if the issue > extended beyond 3549->7473. > Optus's AS is 7474, or at least that is the AS we peer with, and then that peers with 7473. Our routes to those destinations had been up for days / weeks, so it seemed to be a return path problem. A packet blackhole would explain it. > At any rate this has nothing to do with MySQL faults or off-topic posts, > and it is venturing dangerously close to actually talking about routing > issues. We'd best change the subject to spam or botnets or something, > before somebody gets the wrong idea about this list. :) > Maybe the routes were stored in a MySQL database, and they suffered from a disk crash ? :-) Regards, Mark. -- "Sheep are slow and tasty, and therefore must remain constantly alert." - Bruce Schneier, "Beyond Fear"