#Twitter taking #WorldCup strain during matches like #FRA v #MEX

http://status.twitter.com/ is reporting the High Error Rate on Twitter.com since yesterday already, and #Trends have been temporarily disabled since the 15th of June.

On Monday the 14th of June, #Twitter blamed the site availability issues on the failed enhancements to their #Timeline Cache. At that stage, it took them a good 5 hours to restore the site to full status, but there were ongoing hassles, dragging on into the next day – at that stage, Twitter #Places needed to be switched off.

June shows 5 hours of #downtime, with 98.64% availability of the site.

Under #WorldCup traffic, matches like #France vs #Mexico, #Uruguay vs #South Africa, and other #CapeTown or #SoccerSCity matches are causing a huge amount of traffic and tweets, specifically due to the #Twitter/Worldcup link… Trying to #pepper this post with #keywords about #uptime, #availability, #highavailability and #twitter overall.

How many hashes does it take? 🙂

One comment on “#Twitter taking #WorldCup strain during matches like #FRA v #MEX

  1. Sven Welzel says:

    Looking forward to the #Germany match tomorrow in their second #WorldCup match!! 🙂

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