On Sunday March 10th, starting at 10 am EST, we will be conducting scheduled maintenance in our KVM hypervisors. KVM customers might experience intermittent downtime during a 60-minute period. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We will be rebooting one of our DFW nodes tonight to apply an upgrade, we expect minimal downtime for client VMs on the affected node.
An unplanned restart was performed for one of our DFW nodes due to a DOS type event. VMs are starting normally and should all be back online within 30-60 minutes.
We wil be rebooting one of our DFW nodes tonight to apply urgently needed updates and performance fixes. Total downtime should be less than 1 hour. update - reboot complete, VPS are starting now and should be back online shortly
We will be performing system performance upgrades tonight on several nodes, VPS hosted on the node will show as offline between 12am CST and 1am CST. (though they may come back online sooner than 1 am) Total expected downtime for clients affected is less than 1hour.
On October 11th, starting at 7 am EST, we will be migrating one of our hypervisors, 4701guest1, to new hardware. This will provide better stability and performance for the hypervisor. We expect downtime to last 15-20 mins. We will do our best to minimize this as much as possible.
On Friday Sep 21st, starting at 2 am EST, VPSCheap will be performing scheduled maintenance in two of our hypervisors. We will do our best to minimize any impact that might arise from this.
We will be rebooting one of our nodes tonight for network performance enhancement starting at 11pm CST. Total expected downtime for clients impacted should be less than 15 minutes.
Update: This issue has been resolved and all customer DNS functions should be functional at this time. Please contact customer care if you experience any difficulty. Original Message: The VPSCheap team is currently aware of an issue affecting customer's ability to add, edit, or remove DNS zones from the DNS management control panel. The issue has been debugged and passed to our software...
The majority of rebuilds are complete on our large storage array, all client services were returned to normal late last night/ early this morning. Some minor repairs are still underway but we do not expect any impact on client side operations at this time.