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Incident affecting Google Cloud Pub/Sub
Issues with Cloud Pub/Sub
Incident began at 2016-10-31 13:11 and ended at 2016-10-31 15:15 (all times are US/Pacific).
|3 Nov 2016||21:42 PDT|| |
On Monday, 31 October 2016, 73% of requests to create new subscriptions for Google Cloud Pub/Sub failed for a duration of 124 minutes. Creation of new Cloud SQL Second Generation instances also failed during this incident.
If your service or application was affected, we apologize. We have conducted a detailed review of the causes of this incident and are ensuring that we apply the appropriate fixes so that it will not recur.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF IMPACT:
On Monday, 31 October 2016 from 13:11 to 15:15 PDT, 73% of requests to create new subscriptions for Google Cloud Pub/Sub failed.
0.1% of pull requests experienced latencies of up to 4 minutes for end-to-end message delivery.
Creation of all new Cloud SQL Second Generation instances also failed during this incident. Existing instances were not affected.
At 13:08, a system in the Cloud Pub/Sub control plane experienced a connectivity issue to its persistent storage layer for a duration of 83 seconds. This caused a queue of storage requests to build up. When the storage layer re-connected, the queued requests were executed, which exceeded the available processing quota for the storage system. The system entered a feedback loop in which storage requests continued to queue up leading to further latency increases and more queued requests. The system was unable to exit from this state until additional capacity was added.
Creation of a new Cloud SQL Second Generation instance requires a new Cloud Pub/Sub subscription.
REMEDIATION AND PREVENTION:
Our monitoring systems detected the outage and paged oncall engineers at 13:19. We determined root cause at 14:05 and acquired additional storage capacity for the Pub/Sub control plane at 14:42. The outage ended at 15:15 when this capacity became available.
To prevent this issue from recurring, we have already increased the storage capacity for the Cloud Pub/Sub control plane. We will change the retry behavior of the control plane to prevent a feedback loop if storage quota is temporarily exceeded. We will also improve our monitoring to ensure we can determine root cause for this type of failure more quickly in future.
We apologize for the inconvenience this issue caused our customers.
|31 Oct 2016||15:37 PDT|| |
The issue with Cloud Pub/Sub should be resolved for all affected projects as of 15:15 PDT. We will conduct an internal investigation of this issue and make appropriate improvements to our systems to prevent or minimize future recurrence.
|31 Oct 2016||15:02 PDT|| |
We are continuing to investigate an issue with Cloud Pub/Sub. We will provide an update at 16:00 PDT.
|31 Oct 2016||14:41 PDT|| |
We are currently investigating an issue with Cloud Pub/Sub. We will provide an update at 15:00 PDT with more information.
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