Bad week for Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook, Instagram and Messenger services suffered a disruption on Friday night, four days after a global blackout on Monday. Less than two hours later, after the “configuration” problem, Facebook announced that everything was back to normal, the company said. New York Times.
Sorry if you have not been able to access our products in the last two hours. We know how much you depend on us to communicate with each other. We fixed the issue – thanks again for your patience this week.
– Facebook) October 8, 2021
“We are aware that some individuals and businesses may have difficulty accessing Facebook products. We are working to return to normalcy as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience,” the company apologized at 9:22 pm (Paris time).
Ace Facebook, Instagram and Messenger are partially stuck, 4 days after the mega blackout on Monday, in Um (no WhatsApp news now) in Los Angeles, for now, it works #facebook down # On Instagram # Ambassador # What pic.twitter.com/gXHmsdA6pr
– Philip Berry (@ptiberry) October 8, 2021
I confirm: I struggled to post a photo; She did not charge
– Germany 🤓 (jrmiejak) October 8, 2021
– Days of Horror Podcasts @ (@ dohpods) October 8, 2021
As of Monday, almost all of the group’s services, from WhatsApp to Instagram, Messenger and Oculus, were inaccessible for nearly seven hours. The next day Facebook explained that it was caused by a group error during routine operations on its main routers, which accidentally disabled the routes that lead Internet traffic to its data centers.