Do you think it would be possible to let us know when Scheduled Maintenance is going to happen. So we won't be in the middle of working on a hub when the site stops working. Or so we could plan our work schedule?
I completely understand when emergency work happens with no warning, but a heads-up on Scheduled Maintenance would be appreciated.
It seems to happen a lot lately. Makes me wonder if it's really maintenance (vs "repair") and whether it was really scheduled.
A maintenance scheduled from the IT Team needs to be escalated to Customer Support Team; so they can warn customers which day and at what time would it be, and also a decent turn-around time for it.
I'm not a worrier, but is this an emerging meltdown? I want this to work, but it isn't working right now.
by Jen King8 years ago
Today is the second time I was working on a hub, and got the "Check Back Later" page... How about a "You may experience connection problems" message with a date/time?
by Paul Deeds9 years ago
HubPages is going to be down for a couple of hours tonight, starting around 11pm Pacific time (in about 4 hours). We're going to be making a couple of changes in our data center that should improve the...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
"Scheduled MaintenanceHubPages will be entering a scheduled maintenance window in about 19 minutes. Once it begins, the maintenance is expected to require 7 minutes to complete. During this time the site may be...
by Isabella Snow9 years ago
Paul, do you think you could post a notice in the forum about when scheduled maintenances will occur? Because sometimes I've come close to having to start a hub all over again because I publish and then 2 seconds later...
by PhoenixV12 months ago
Getting a lot of site down to maintenance page on mobile when clicking topical or logo. Maybe its me idk.
by Nelle Hoxie8 years ago
My profile pages isn't working, my account page won't come up, and when I try to find my hubs - nothing. This isn't a good day for this to be happening. I'm going for a walk and then to work on other things. This could...
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