Reddit is investigating an ongoing outage that is preventing users around the world from accessing the social network’s website and mobile apps.
Users are now seeing “Our CDN could not reach our servers” and “All of our servers are busy right now. Please try again in a minute.” Errors.
Some Reddit users are also seeing the website load partially with “Sorry, we couldn’t load posts for this page”.
According to its official status page, Reddit has confirmed that its website and apps are currently down, and that its engineers are investigating the root cause of the outage.
“Reddit is currently offline. We are working to identify the issue,” the company said. said in an incident report posted 21 minutes ago at 12:18 a.m. PDT.
Survey: Reddit is currently offline. We are working to identify the problem. https://t.co/xRMUQ3koaV
— Reddit status (@redditstatus) March 14, 2023
According to outage monitoring platform Downdetector.com, more than 49,000 people have already reported experiencing connection issues with apps, websites, and servers.
Although Reddit has yet to identify the cause of these connection issues, errors experienced by affected users currently seem to suggest ongoing CDN configuration issues.
Recently, the social network was also affected by a partial outage of almost 4 hours on February 10 which led to a heavily degraded search experience And outdated subreddit feeds for desktop users.
Five days later, on February 15, Reddit was also hit by a major breakdown blocking access to the home stream and “preventing feedback, rewards, and karma from displaying or processing properly” for approximately 30 minutes.
This is a developing story…