USA Today reported "Facebook and Instagram are officially back and blaming server configuration change for outage" on Thursday
 As a result, many people had difficulty accessing our apps and services, the social media giant said in a statement The outage intermittently interrupted service on all of Facebook's apps Some could see updates from their friends but could not comment or like them WhatsApp users reported not being able to send messages The company said it has resolved the issue, which affected millions of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users starting Wednesday.
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Facebook blames a server configuration change for yesterday’s outage Contrary to the thesis circulating yesterday that it was a route leak, the company said that a misconfigured server was to blame We've now resolved the issues and our systems are recovering We’re very sorry for the inconvenience and appreciate everyone’s patience
Facebook says outages due to server configuration change While some less active users may not have noticed that Facebook services were down, other frequent users and advertisers keenly felt its absence Bc after 2 months almost furnitureless in DC I am trying to take you all on the riveting adventure of getting: a chair, she tweeted with a smiley face emoji This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Facebook says outages due to 'server configuration change' ''In these situations a lack of transparency is not a good look,'' Ives said Bc after 2 months almost furnitureless in DC I am trying to take you all on the riveting adventure of getting: a chair,'' she tweeted with a smiley face emoji ''We're not going to redo an election.'' (AP)