The networking issues look resolved on our side. We are sorry for the inconveniences this has caused to you and your teams. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are still having problems with your builds. Thank you for your understanding.
May 10, 15:39 UTC
We have changed the build script to not default to running apt-get update for the time being, unless we're able to auto-detect that your build uses apt-get install. If your build requires it in other ways, please do opt in via .travis.yml. The build log gives instructions on how to opt in.
May 9, 15:23 UTC
We are now also seeing builds timing out on the sudo-enabled infrastructure (i.e. builds with `sudo: required`). We are continuing to look into it. Thank you for your patience.
May 9, 13:52 UTC
We have switched to a different mirror of the upstream ubuntu package repository, build startup time is recovering. We continue to monitor closely.
May 9, 12:11 UTC
We have identified an issue with running apt-get update on sudo disabled Linux builds running on EC2. A subset of builds have been hanging on this step or often even timed out. It looks like the issue has resolved. We are continuing to monitor this.
May 9, 08:25 UTC
We are seeing network issues on sudo disabled builds running on EC2, causing builds to hang and time out. We are looking into this.
May 9, 07:17 UTC