All systems are operational
Scheduled Maintenance
Change of dns-cache ip-addresses

Due to our RIPE membership, the last ipv4-prefixes are changing to our own space. This also affects our dns-caches. Please make sure to check your servers configuration in order to use 152.89.246.9 (dns-cache1-ffm2), 152.89.246.21 (dns-cache2-ffm2) and 160.20.144.53 (dns-cache3-ffm3) as dns resolver. By 01th April 2019 we will take the old ipv4-addresses 212.114.50.100 and 185.172.145.34 out of service. Ignoring the changes could lead to connectivity issues.

Customers with Cloud and Dedicated Servers which were recently rebooted, may already use the new dns-caches. Please make sure your configuration matches the current standard.

Past Incidents

Friday 11th January 2019

No incidents reported

Thursday 10th January 2019

No incidents reported

Wednesday 9th January 2019

KVM Virtualization Cluster kvm23 - Unexpected high iowait

Throughout the day, high peak loads were detected on kvm23, which in some cases led to the impairment of customers hosted there. Currently the operation is stable. The search for the causes is still ongoing.

Tuesday 8th January 2019

No incidents reported

Monday 7th January 2019

No incidents reported

Sunday 6th January 2019

No incidents reported

Saturday 5th January 2019

No incidents reported