Incident affecting Cloud Monitoring, Operations
Monarch Tcube Query Availability drop in cloud_prod
Incident began at 2022-12-01 04:10 and ended at 2022-12-01 05:19 (all times are US/Pacific).
Previously affected location(s)
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Mini Incident Report
We apologize for the inconvenience this service disruption/outage may have caused. We would like to provide some information about this incident below. Please note, this information is based on our best knowledge at the time of posting and is subject to change as our investigation continues. If you have experienced impact outside of what is listed below, please reach out to Google Cloud Support using https://cloud.google.com/support.
(All Times US/Pacific)
Incident Start: December 1st, 2022 04:10
Incident End: December 1st, 2022 05:19
Duration: 1 hour, 09 minutes
Affected Services and Features:
Google Cloud Monitoring
Google Cloud Monitoring experienced intermittent responses for failed repository data requests for 1 hour and 09 minutes. From preliminary analysis, the root cause of the issue was a component containing a permission change in database schema in a recent rollout. The issue was mitigated by rolling back to a previous good version in all zones.
| ||1 Dec 2022||05:21 PST|| |
The issue with Cloud Monarch has been resolved for all affected users as of Thursday, 2022-12-01 05:19 US/Pacific.
We thank you for your patience while we worked on resolving the issue.
| ||1 Dec 2022||05:08 PST|| |
Summary: Monarch Tcube Query Availability drop in cloud_prod
Description: We are experiencing an issue with Cloud Monarch.
Mitigation work is currently underway by our engineering team. We do not have an ETA for mitigation at this point.
We will provide an update by Thursday, 2022-12-01 05:43 US/Pacific with current details.
We apologize to all who are affected by the disruption.
Diagnosis: Customers are experiencing a returned partial error for repository data requests
- All times are US/Pacific