September 23, 2010 by Post Team
Facebook Search, For the second consecutive day, the popular social networking site was inaccessible for millions of Americans, while Facebook representatives said the cuts on Wednesday and Thursday were not related, such as those caused by the problems separately. As of this afternoon – at least for this user – Facebook seems in place, although some bloggers have reported hiccups continued the search functionality.
According to reports around the Web, the site for the first time down around 2:30 pm EST and continued to drift in and out of service during the day.
Users attempting to log on were greeted by an internal error message from the server, the Facebook “As” button, which is independent of the Facebook home page, also appears to have been affected. “We are currently experiencing some problems causing Facebook site to be slow or unavailable to some users. We are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. This is not related to yesterday’s cut,” he told representatives of Facebook today Mashable.
CNN, meanwhile, has reported that an outside vendor caused Facebook cut on Wednesday. This report was supported by the information posted on the Facebook Developers blog, later said the matter had been resolved.
The cuts come at a time of incredible growth for Facebook. In July, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the site had been the target of 500 million users. Meanwhile, research firm comScore recently announced that U.S. consumers spend more time on Facebook – 41100000 minutes – than they did in all Google sites combined.
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