Posted October 16, 2018 09:57:57A network outage on Facebook on Tuesday was the biggest one to hit the social network in its history, but not the only one.
The social network’s servers went down for nearly five hours, affecting the following social networks:Pligg, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter-owned Voat.
Users were unable to connect to Facebook, but were able to post to social networks, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Pligg posted a message on its site stating that the outage was the result of a network failure.
A Facebook spokesperson told Ars that the company is working with its network partners to get back online as soon as possible.
Voat, a social network created by a group of people with a shared interest in creating virtual worlds, also reported downtime on Tuesday.
The network was down for several hours on Monday and Tuesday, and also experienced a server outage.
Voat spokesperson Nathan Rodd said the company has been working with the company to get it back online.
“We are aware of an issue affecting Pligg’s API, but have not been able to resolve it as of yet,” Rodd wrote in a statement to Ars.
“Pligg’s website will not work until we are fully operational again.
We are working to resolve the issue and will update this article as soon we can.”
Facebook also said that “multiple services and components are down” on its main server.
The company told Ars in a blog post on Tuesday that the issues are “related to our own network, which is being used to process payments.
We’re working to restore it as quickly as possible.”