Intervals Maintenance Scheduled for this evening (May 2nd)

Michael Payne | April 30th, 2007 | ,

This evening we will be performing hardware maintenance that will cause a short outage to Intervals.

The maintenance will occur sometime between 8:00 PM (Pacific) and 9:00 PM (Pacific). We are optimistic that the outage will last no longer than 10 – 15 minutes

We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have things up and back online as quickly as possible.

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This maintenance was original scheduled for Monday, April 30th but it has been moved to today (May 2nd).  Our apologies on the shuffle…

One Response to “Intervals Maintenance Scheduled for this evening (May 2nd)”

  1. Michael says:

    We are back up and everything appears to be working fine. Downtime was limited to under 10 minutes. I am never happy with any downtime, but all in all I am happy with how quickly things went.

    We will work toward making our infrastructure immune to any downtime as Intervals grows…it’s a good goal right?


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