This afternoon a problem was detected with the control panel software on one of our Windows shared hosting servers. Customers will be unable to manage their hosting subscriptions until the problem has been resolved.
We are currently working with the control panel software developers in order to resolve the issue as soon as possible. We will update this post as soon as we have more information.
Update 08:00 – Engineer have been working through the night and the control panel on the affected server is now working normally again.
This morning we were alerted to a problem with a MySQL database server on one of our Windows shared hosting servers.
The problem is affecting the server’s hosting control panel and may also result in some websites relying on this database failing to load correctly.
We are investigating the issue and are working to restore full service as soon as possible.
Update 10:10: The problem has been identified as a corrupt database data file. We are currently working to restore the data from our backups and will update this post with further information as soon as possible.
Update 10:30: All user-accessible databases have now been restored from backup and websites should now be operating normally. At this time the hosting control panel for this server is still down and we are now working to restore this service as soon as possible.
Update 11:40: The hosting control panel service is now operating normally. All services have now been restored. We will continue to monitor the system to ensure everything is operating correctly.
We’re currently experiencing issues with our telephone lines at present.
If you have any queries, please contact us either via the “Tickets” section of your Domaincheck account area or email: [email protected]
We will update this post as soon as we have any more information.
Update 10:55 – Our telephony provider has confirmed an issue with their systems and is currently investigating.
Update 12:10 – Our telephone service has been restored. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Starting at approx 00:30 on 15/04/2020, we’ve detected issues with our internet connectivity to some locations on the Internet. We’ve raised the issue with our upstream network and engineers are currently investigating.
We will update this post as soon as we have more information.
Update 01:20 – Connectivity has been restored. It appears our upstream provider were performing network maintenance and had failed to notify us in advance. We are currently investigating why this happened…
Update 11:20am – A failed Windows Update caused the server to go into a reboot loop. This problem has now been resolved and all services are back up and running as normal.
This morning we were alerted to an issue with one of our Windows servers on the shared hosting platform. This issue is affecting all services hosted on that server (Web, email, databases etc).
An engineer is currently on-site at the datacentre working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.
We will update this post as/when more information is available.
Update 04:30: The VPS server has been restored and all VPS’ restarted. We are monitoring the situation.
Earlier this morning we were alerted to an outage on one of our Cloud VPS server nodes. This problem will be affecting a small number of customer VPS servers.
An engineer is currently en-route to the datacentre to investigate further.
Network maintenance has now been completed.
Early this morning our engineers were alerted to a problem with one of our network routers located at the Newcastle datacentre. Upon investigation it has been determined that this equipment has suffered a failure and requires replacement. Due to our network redundancy, no services have been affected.
We have scheduled emergency maintenance this evening from approximately 20:30 BST. Starting at this time we will begin replacing the router and restoring full network redundancy.
Due to the type of work involved all connectivity services should be considered “at risk” during this period.
If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Systems maintenance has now completed
Our systems maintenance has now been completed and all services have returned to normal operation.
If you encounter any issues, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Our previously announced system maintenance is about to take place.
This a reminder that on 25/03/19 starting at approximately 20:00 GMT, we will be performing a number of upgrades to our control panel systems.
These important upgrades will bring a number of improvements including:
- Security and stability improvements
- New PHP versions
During the software upgrade your website and/or email will be temporarily unavailable for short periods of time. We will endeavour to keep any downtime you might experience to a minimum.
We just wanted to send out a quick message to wish all our customers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and to make you aware of our availability over the holiday period.
Our offices will be closed Monday 24th December 2018 reopening Wednesday 2nd January 2019.
Whilst we won’t be available by phone the team will be monitoring email and support tickets.
If you need to contact us please raise a support ticket from within your Domaincheck account or email [email protected] and someone will respond when possible.
The Domaincheck Team
Our upstream network provider has notified us of an upcoming emergency maintenance window. This work has been identified in order to mitigate a potential issue that has been identified and to mitigate a possible risk of unplanned service interruption.
Please be advised that a maintenance window from 00:01 until 02:00 on 7th September 2018 has been allocated to this work. Should there be any unforeseen circumstances to delay/abort the maintenance a backup date/time of 8th September 00:01 until 02:00 will be used
Whilst every effort will be made to minimise impact, services we provide such as Internet connectivity, Website Hosting, Email and DNS and should be considered at risk during this period and we will be sending updates before and after the work.
If after the maintenance period has closed you are still encountering issues, please contact us via your usual support channels.