DNS Update Delays affecting a small sub-set of zones in Eastern Europe
This incident has been resolved.
We have identified the source of the delays and a fix is in the process of being implemented.
Cloudflare is investigating delays of up to 60 minutes in making updates to DNS records in the Eastern Europe region. DNS resolution is still performing correctly - only some DNS zones may be experiencing delays with record updates and changes.
This incident affected: Europe (AMS - Amsterdam, Netherlands, ARN - Stockholm, Sweden, ATH - Athens, Greece, BCN - Barcelona, Spain, BEG - Belgrade, Serbia, BRU - Brussels, Belgium, BUD - Budapest, HU, CDG - Paris, France, CPH - Copenhagen, Denmark, DME - Moscow, Russia, DUB - Dublin, Ireland, DUS - Düsseldorf, Germany, FCO - Rome, Italy, FRA - Frankfurt, Germany, HAM - Hamburg, Germany, HEL - Helsinki, Finland, KBP - Kiev, Ukraine, LHR - London, United Kingdom, LIS - Lisbon, Portugal, MAD - Madrid, Spain, MAN - Manchester, United Kingdom, MRS - Marseille, France, MUC - Munich, Germany, MXP - Milan, Italy, OTP - Bucharest, Romania, OSL - Oslo, Norway, PRG - Prague, Czech Republic, SOF - Sofia, Bulgaria, TXL - Berlin, Germany, VIE - Vienna, Austria, WAW - Warsaw, Poland, ZRH - Zürich, Switzerland).