# Past Incidents

Post-mortems on past incidents

# 2020-11-26

Symptom: CloudSkew users encountered an unable to fetch user profile error and were unable to access their content.

Status: Resolved ✔️

Root Cause: The CloudSkew API was non-responsive and had to be restarted.

Investigation notes:

# 2020-11-24

Symptom: New, first-time CloudSkew users encountered an unable to fetch diagram error when they signed up. Workaround was to just refresh the browser (F5) to make the error go away.

Status: Resolved ✔️

Root Cause: Incident was caused by a race condition where the diagram editor would try to access the new user's profile before it had been created.

Investigation notes:

# 2020-01-28

Symptom: Users experienced errors while printing/exporting diagrams containing custom images.

Status: Resolved ✔️

Root cause: Incident was caused by a misconfigured docker image.

Investigation notes:

  • The base image needs to be mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/core/aspnet:2.1.15-bionic.
  • If we use the regular 2.1 tag instead of 2.1.15-bionic then custom image nodes cannot be printed/exported (some crucial apt-get packages are missing in that tagged image).
  • The full list of tags can be seen here (opens new window).