STIMPY MySQL Server Is Down


#1

Can anyone else with DB on ‘stimpy’ server confirm?


#2

seems to be working for me… perhaps it’s back up for you by now?

-Matttail


#3

My SQL server went down yesterday for almost an hour as well. My site is on Venice… How does one find out what server one’s SQL databases are on?


#4

I just figured it out… it was on Demeter. So Demeter was down for about an hour on Thursday March 23.


#5

Things are making much more sense to me now seeing this post. I have host-tracker.com tracking two different areas of my personal site because they’re driven by different databases. When I checked my email this morning, there were all kinds of error reports from host-tracker about one of those areas, the one whose database is on stimpy (the error message host-tracker gave me was “Http error:Http_client.No_reply”) but not the other, which was baffling me because if the web server was down I should’ve seen errors for the other part of the site, too.

Anyway, FWIW, Host-tracker claims the total downtime was about an hour and 15 minutes. The “operation restored” message from them was timestamped 7:57 AM Eastern time.


#6

I’d love an answer to this question, too. I see notices from time to time on status.dreamhost.com about this or that MySQL server being down, but I don’t see where on the panel it tells me which servers my databases are on… How do I figure that out?


#7

If you look under MySql Usage on the ControlPanel the server name is listed there.

https://panel.dreamhost.com/index.cgi?tree=status.mysql&


Norm

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I am NOT a DreamHost employee OK!! :@

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#8

Ah. Thanks. That does it. I didn’t even notice that link. :slight_smile: But I don’t know that I would have thought to check it if I had…


#9

Mine is on SNARF and I think it may be communicating from whatever planet the Thundercats were on, considering how ridiculously slow it is right now (~250 seconds per WP Admin page).

Check out Gordaen’s Knowledge, the blog, and the MR2 page.