Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram sites, owned by popular social network Facebook, have been up and running for about six hours.
There are more than 10.6 million reported worldwide problems on the web or smartphones, with variations in these three services worldwide.
The company said it was the biggest failure it had ever seen, and that it was caused by a malfunctioning configuration change.
All four ops have officially apologized as people reported the problem in Facebook-owned apps around the world. Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are now back online.
Sorry for the interruption today. I know how much you rely on our services to get in touch with the people you care about, ” Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg apologized to those affected by the shutdown.
Facebook Messenger saw 8,358 temporary shutdowns at 9:30 am IST, with more than 18,750 people reporting on Instagram.
More than 6,900 people have reported on Facebook. WhatsApp also made more than 30,800 reports, according to Downector.
However, the number of unreported numbers is said to be in the millions. However, it is now known that all apps are backed up and running.
According to media reports, Facebook-owned Inansta, WhatsApp is said to be a coding problem as seen in the Facebook Configuration App to deal with a temporary problem for users globally.
If Instagram has shown the XX server to be an error, Facebook has shown that ‘something is wrong’ in its apps. It is said that Facebook sent its engineers to US data centers and then eliminated the problem.
The downtrector says there have been more than 20,000 incidents reporting problems on Facebook and Instagram.
DownDetector only monitors breakdowns by compiling status reports from various sources, including bugs submitted by users on its platform. A similar shutdown at cloud company Akamai Technologies Inc. occurred in July for many websites. Now Facebook has faced such a problem.