A large system failure of unknown cause occurs on Facebook and Instagram

by Eduardo Woo

On July 3, 2019 (Wednesday), there were worldwide system failures that made it impossible to send and receive files such as posting and displaying images on SNS applications such as Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger. Facebook admits connection failure, and at the time of writing, all systems are restored.

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According to ' downdetector.com ', which monitors the system status of various websites, at 21:00 on July 3, 2019 Japan time, images can not be displayed on Facebook applications, or images can not be posted. Have encountered a problem.

In addition, you can not view the image even in Instagram, which is Facebook's management body.

According to the fault map released by downdetector.com, it was impossible to send and receive files on Facebook and Instagram as well as WhatsApp and Messenger. According to the fault map published by downdetector.com, Asia including North America, South America, Europe, Japan, and all over the world The fault was confirmed.

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About an hour after the failure occurred, Facebook is aware that Twitter has experienced problems uploading and sending images, movies, etc. in some of our areas. We apologize, but we try to fix the problem as soon as possible. '

Then, at around 9: 6 on July 4, 2019 Japan time, Facebook announced the restoration of the system on Twitter.

Facebook is still investigating at the time of writing about what was the cause of the large-scale system damage that affected the whole world. In addition, Facebook had caused large-scale access failure in March 2019.

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