As I said, I did complain to support. They got it fixed…
Due to some
hardware issues, Ceph (the platform that DreamObjects is built on) had to
shuffle data around to accommodate recently replaced hardware.
Unfortunately, DreamObjects is designed to ensure that data integrity is
the highest priority, so requests for content during data shuffling
periods like this can occasionally take longer to load or even result in
Fortunately, as of a few hours ago, that process has completed
successfully and you should see a dramatic reduction in the load/response
time for objects in your bucket(s) now! However if you continue to have
issues with DreamObjects we would greatly appreciate you notifying us as
that is likely a separate/unique issue that needs further investigation.
But then yesterday I saw something similar happening, and after I complained I saw that the status page had a notice that they were working on it, from about 12 hours before I complained. So The status page was way ahead of me.
But this problem is ongoing.