Cloudflare acted swiftly in solving the internet issues that took place this morning just an hour after users noticed they couldn’t surf the net.
500 internal server error fixed
To date, Cloudflare has fixed the 500 internal server errors that many internet users were greeted with. So far, website pages such as Google, Facebook, Shopify, and League of Legends were down to name a few.
As the error continued to appear when refreshed, many flocked to the company’s Twitter page. That is, to share their grievances with the internet service. The company shared a quick update with everyone.
‘The Cloudflare team is aware of the current service issues and is working to resolve them as quickly as possible,’
According to iNews, when you’re confronted with a 500 internal server error, there is very little you can do to fix it. What you can do is report the error and hopefully, it gets fixed very soon.
Luckily, the internet was not down for long as Cloudflare fixed the issue within a matter of an hour. Thus far, the internet service is one of the most popular CND services around. It also operates in at least 240 cities all over the world.
Cloudflare responded swiftly responded to users struggling with internet access. Photo: Twitter/Cloudflare
What caused the Cloudflare server to go down?
That is why Cloudflare needed to fix the 500 internal server error as quickly as they can. As internet users all around depend on their services to get through their daily activities.
As shared by iNews, it won’t be immediately clear what the error may be as technicians need to take a deeper look into what the problem can be.
To date, without Cloudflare, many internet users won’t be able to get to their sites speedily as the service brings your content to you in speedy fashion every day.