Discord, Spotify, and other services experiencing outages

According to various user reports, social media accounts, and the website,

Discord, Spotify, Wikipedia, and other web services stop working on Tuesday. Down detector. Discord’s outage began around 12:00 pm EDT, resulting in outages for the popular chat app. “We are aware of an issue causing messages to fail and are working on a fix.” Discord said on its Twitter account. Discord followed up on this tweet with the advice: “it’s time to go beyond everyone.”

We are aware of an issue causing messages to fail and are working on a fix.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and thanks for waiting! https://t.co/rq97JXSEFv

— Discord (@discord) March 8, 2022

Discord users were unable to sign in to the service and reported problems sending messages.

According to the incident report, Discord began investigating “API bugs and push notification bugs”. At 12:16 pm EDT and attempted to identify and fix the issues. At 1:08 pm ET, a happening report reported that “a source motivation was also found in our streaming service.” Requiring a controlled restart that would have caused “temporary interruption to streaming.” However, “a new issue retains occurred that has yielded a significant API wreck.” As of 13:29 EST, they are persisting to study the outage issue. In 2022, Conflict has already undergone several shutdowns. This has one as just as February, just like a two-hour gap in January, stopping users from entering calls or utilizing chat elements. Discord also experienced a big crash in November, as well as Spotify. 

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