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All Systems Operational
API Operational
Web App Operational
Builds Processing Operational
Mac Builds ? Operational
Linux Builds (container-based) ? Operational
Linux Builds (Trusty and Precise on GCE) ? Operational
Background Processing Operational
Log Processing Operational
User Sync ? Operational
Notifications ? Operational
Third Party Services Operational
GitHub Operational
DNSimple Name Servers Operational
Heroku Operational
Pusher Pusher REST API Operational
Pusher WebSocket client API Operational
Pusher Presence channels Operational
Pusher Webhooks Operational
AWS ec2-us-east-1 Operational
Help Scout Email Processing Operational
Help Scout Web App Operational
PagerDuty Notification Delivery Operational
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Past Incidents
Aug 30, 2016
Resolved - API is functioning normally.
Aug 30, 01:39 UTC
Monitoring - We have restored connectivity to the upstream service. We are monitoring API performance.
Aug 30, 01:31 UTC
Identified - We have identified an upstream service instability as the source of API errors.
Aug 30, 01:03 UTC
Investigating - We are currently investigating this issue.
Aug 30, 00:52 UTC
Aug 29, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 28, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 27, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 26, 2016
Resolved - We've been able to work through the backlog and public OS X builds are now running as usual. Next update will be a detailed postmortem in the next following days. Thank you all for your patience!
Aug 26, 12:56 UTC
Update - The backlog of public OS X builds continues to decrease. We'll post another update when the queue cleared or in approximately 2 hours. Thank you.
Aug 26, 10:32 UTC
Update - The backlog for public OS X continues clearing. We are monitoring the development closely, and will provide an update in 2 hours.
Aug 26, 08:10 UTC
Update - We are making good progress in catching up on the travis-ci.org OSX backlog. We'll continue to provide updates until the backlog is cleared.
Aug 26, 00:25 UTC
Monitoring - We're continuing to process the travis-ci.org backlog and we expect to be caught up within approximately 12 hours. We'll be preparing a postmortem, including steps we are taking to prevent this kind of issue in the future, in the coming days. We'll continue to provide updates until the backlog is cleared.
Aug 25, 21:43 UTC
Update - In order to help with the OSX backlog, https://www.traviscistatus.com/incidents/4mvp857qx8bw, we will be cancelling all builds older than 12 hours. Please email support@travis-ci.com if you have any questions.
Aug 25, 19:16 UTC
Update - We apologize for the lack of an update within the promised time. At this time we've cleared the backlog for travis-ci.com OSX builds, but still have a significant backlog for travis-ci.org. We are looking into how we can help improve catching up on the .org backlog.
Aug 25, 18:42 UTC
Update - As things have remained stable overnight, we are beginning to ramp up further capacity for OSX builds. As we see the impact of this on throughput, we'll be able to begin determining and ETA for when we'll clear the backlog. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 14:55 UTC
Update - We've resumed builds with partial capacity and will work on processing the large backlog we've accumulated today, throughout the night, at a partial rate. Assuming things remain stable throughout the night (PST), we'll beginning ramping up throughput in the early morning (PST). At this time we don't have an ETA for when we'll be finished with the backlog.
Aug 25, 05:34 UTC
Update - We've reached a point where all of our infrastructure tests are passing as expected. We are beginning to slowly resume running queued builds. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 04:59 UTC
Update - We're sorry for the continued delays, getting our OSX infra working again is our highest priority right now. We are working to resolve some additional unexpected issues. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 04:07 UTC
Update - We are sorry for the delays and getting our OSX infra working again is our highest priority right now. We are working to resolve some additional unexpected issues. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 03:07 UTC
Update - We are working to resolve some additional unexpected issues. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 01:28 UTC
Update - Getting to the point where we can start builds is taking longer than initial anticipated. We'll provide another update in 60 minutes or sooner if we have updates.
Aug 25, 00:31 UTC
Update - We are still in the process of working to resolve instability related issues and hope to begin a partial resumption of builds within 60 minutes.
Aug 24, 23:00 UTC
Identified - We've identified issues with multiple OSX build hosts and we're working with our infrastructure provider to resolve this, as well as performing some maintenance tasks to help improve stability. Builds will continue to be paused while we work through this.
Aug 24, 19:04 UTC
Investigating - All OSX builds are stopped due to instability in our OSX infrastructure. We are investigating now
Aug 24, 18:34 UTC
Aug 25, 2016
Resolved - We published new default sudo-enabled Precise and Trusty images yesterday, as detailed here: https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/build-environment-updates/2016-08-24/. We will publish further updates via Twitter and https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/build-environment-updates/.

If you run into any problems that aren't already captured as issues in either the central Travis issue tracker (https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+label%3Agce-image-update-2016-08) or the packer-templates repo (https://github.com/travis-ci/packer-templates/issues), please email support@travis-ci.com and we'll help out.
Aug 25, 15:07 UTC
Update - We've published new default sudo-enabled Precise and Trusty images with the following fixes:

- Fixed the lack of `/opt` being writeable: https://github.com/travis-ci/packer-templates/issues/217
- Added some additional Go versions to be pre-installed in our Precise Go image: https://github.com/travis-ci/packer-templates/pull/238
- Versions added are: `1.4.3`, `1.5.4`, `1.6.3`
- Versions removed are: `1.4.1`
- Fixed issues caused by the presence of `127.0.1.1 localhost ...` being in `/etc/hosts`, it now only has `ip4-loopback`.
- Trusty: https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-cookbooks/pull/742
- Precise: https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-cookbooks/pull/743

We will continue to make and publish fixes throughout week. If you run into any problems that do not have any open issue, please email support@travis-ci.com and we'll help out
Aug 15, 21:25 UTC
Update - We've published new default sudo-enabled Precise and Trusty images with the following fixes:
- Fixed the lack of `perlbrew` and `cpanm` in the stable Trusty images: https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/6439
- Fixed the lack of a default Go installation on all Trusty images, Go 1.6.3 is now available in all of them: https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/6445

We will continue to make and publish fixes next week. If you run into any problems that do not have any open issue, please email support@travis-ci.com and we'll help out
Aug 12, 22:18 UTC
Update - We've published new default sudo-enabled Precise and Trusty images with the following fixes:
- Disable IPv6 (this was recently enabled in the upstream Ubuntu images we build on, but it causes issues in our build environments)
- Ensuring IPv6 networking is disabled on all interfaces
- Ensuring that there aren't any IPv6 entries in /etc/hosts
- Including the `docker-compose` binary again (it being missing was a mistake on our part)
- Ensuring mongodb is disabled on boot up

We are continuing to work with customers on work-arounds and work on fixes to the build images. Determining the root cause of the IPv6 issue and how to remove it occupied a large amount of our engineering time yesterday, so we hope to be able to begin shipping other fixes more frequently over the coming days.
If you're seeing issues and need assistance, please email support@travis-ci.com
Aug 11, 18:00 UTC
Monitoring - Due to the outage earlier today, https://www.traviscistatus.com/incidents/2p40l49r3yxd, many users are seeing builds fail due to differences in the new default sudo-enabled Precise and Trusty images. We're working with users to find fixes or work-arounds as quickly as possible. If you see issues with your builds, please email support@travis-ci.com. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
Aug 9, 23:48 UTC
Aug 23, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 22, 2016
Resolved - The upstream issue has been contained to the point where it's no longer affecting our instances.
Aug 22, 16:31 UTC
Monitoring - Our upstream provider is reporting network connectivity issues on our fully virtualized (sudo-enabled) infrastructure. After investigating it appears that this is causing a subset of jobs to take longer to boot, as we may have to boot an instance multiple times to get one with working networking.
Aug 22, 15:41 UTC
Aug 21, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 20, 2016
Resolved - We've confirmed our update is working as expected and previously errored builds will be able to `sudo apt-get install ...` if rerun. If you still see issues, please email support@travis-ci.com
Aug 20, 01:37 UTC
Monitoring - We've deployed an update which has restored things so that `sudo apt-get update` is run at the beginning of builds, which will result in successful `sudo apt-get install ...` commands. We're following with up with all users who reported issues.
Aug 20, 01:17 UTC
Identified - Yesterday we made a change to no longer try to install a libc update in our sudo enabled images at runtime, as it's now pre-installed, but we've determined that removing it has removed a `sudo apt-get update` that was running at the beginning of every build and the removal of this is causing issues for many users. We are rolling back this change now.
Aug 20, 01:01 UTC
Aug 19, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 18, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 17, 2016

No incidents reported.

Aug 16, 2016
Resolved - This issue has been fully resolved and all jobs are being processed as expected.
Aug 16, 20:22 UTC
Identified - We've identified an infrastructure issue that was causing builds which use our default (Xcode 6.1) image to stall. We've applied a fix to get jobs back on track and are working on permanently resolving the issue.
Aug 16, 17:13 UTC