Facebook Faces the Down Problem, Now the Problem Has Been Removed

The Facebook witnessed some problems today when it remained down for some time, according to some reports appearing on the Twitter. A large number of users of Facebook faced this problem. Reportedly, now Facebook has controlled this problem and removed those factors that cause this problem.  This was the second big outage of the day after the Google’s.

During this problem, the mobile apps still worked properly and users of mobile apps of Facebook did not face any problem. But not everyone faced this problem.

According to the officials of the company, it appears to be a DNS issue. The senior officials of the company have claimed that the problem has been fully recovered and all the services and the features of the Facebook have been restored.

Facebook also experienced some downtime during November 30 and now this was the second downtime in two weeks time period.

The users of the some areas of the world faced problem in accessing the site. But the officials of the company and concerned staff member immediately controlled the problem and restored it just after 15 minutes of outage. Though 15 minutes outage seems minor yet this left certain questions as on the same day two big companies the Google and Facebook witnessed the same problem.

The users of the Facebook took this outage as very much negative but the company did its best efforts in restoring these problems.

Actually the Facebook has become the part of life of the users across the world. People continuously use the Facebook and Gmail as the communication tool in their workflow. Whenever and outage occurs, users realize that they rely so much on the uptime and service reliability. In order to solve this problem, the official spokesperson of the company has given the following statement;

“Earlier today we made a change to our DNS infrastructure and that change resulted in some people being temporarily unable to reach the site. We detected and resolved the issue quickly, and we are now backing to 100 percent. We apology for any inconvenience”.

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