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    Exclamation Hurricane Sandy - Outages NY/NJ/CT

    75 Broad Street - Going Down
    The flooding has submerged and destroyed the site's diesel pumps and is preventing fuel from being pumped to the generators on the mezzanine level. The available fuel reserves on the mezzanine level are estimated to support customer loads for approximately 5-7 hours. Once this fuel supply has been exhausted the generator will no longer be able to sustain operation and critical customer power loads will be lost.

  2. Thread Summary The following locations were/are experiencing issues due to Hurricane Sandy.

    • 75 Broad Street
    • 33 Whitehall
    • 111 8th Avenue
    • 882 3rd Ave
    • 121 Varick


    (The WHIR) Noise Filter: Hurricane Sandy Floods NYC Data Center, Impacts Hosts, Colocation Providers

    Data Center Knowledge: In Sandy's Aftermath, Epic Challenges for Data Centers

    Contributors: Orien

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    Geez, really astonishing what this storm is doing to those cities. How is flooding to the building itself?

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    33 Whitehall - Cogent is Down

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    nLayer link is down at 882 3rd Ave.

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    Voxel/Internap are down at 111 8th Avenue

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    Quote Originally Posted by voip_expert View Post
    nLayer link is down at 882 3rd Ave.
    ezzi.net is also in that facility, I believe. Anyone heard their situation there? I saw some boxes there come back a short time ago, then they dropped off again after about 20-30 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonBiloh View Post
    Voxel/Internap are down at 111 8th Avenue
    Our uplink still up with them and performing very good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by serversphere View Post
    ezzi.net is also in that facility, I believe. Anyone heard their situation there? I saw some boxes there come back a short time ago, then they dropped off again after about 20-30 minutes.
    Facility it self is up, and all operational so far XO and nLayer only have they circuits down there, Cogent, Verizon are just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonBiloh View Post
    Voxel/Internap are down at 111 8th Avenue
    Is this the LGA6 facility?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1CH View Post
    Is this the LGA6 facility?
    Yes, LGA6. I believe it is fed by LGA11.

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    I can confirm my server with Voxel/Internap is down at LGA6 is offline. That's at 111 8th Avenue.

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    Ah, guess that explains it. Got the warning emails about LGA11, but our box is at LGA6.

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    I did too and was thinking "wow, glad I'm not in LGA11!" And then...mine went down! Good to see I'm not the only one, thanks for posting here guys.

    Hopefully we hear from Internap soon. I'm not going to bother them because I'm sure they know there's a problem!

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    Voxel in 7 Teleport operational just fine.

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    Here is more insight information about Internap NY:

    InterNAP is reporting that utility power is no longer available to our NYC location and it has been successfully transferred to generators, keeping all services online.
    InterNAP should have enough on-site fuel for multiple days, and refueling contracts to provide more as necessary.
    InterNAP reports that the facility itself has 60+ hours of fuel but that the basement is now flooded, preventing it from being pumped up to the generators. The site can sustain power for another 4-6 hours on the fuel currently available, they say. It is possible that waters will recede by then. We have posted an event to all NYC customers with all the details available.
    o real whoops so far -- InterNAP seems to be handling things as well as they can and I haven't seen them making mistakes with this in the last 24 hours. I just hope that the flood waters abate quickly in order to minimize downtime. Power outages aren't the end of the world as long as there's minimal corruption -- mostly a nuisance.

    This is from NFoServers FB page.

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