Tumblr admits to site-wide system crash
Sydney: Microblogging platform Tumblr has confirmed its entire service had been taken offline earlier this morning, but all network issues have been resolved.
The latest outage is just the most recent of a series of embarrassing setbacks for the company, which began last December, news.com.au reports.
A Tumblr spokesperson told internet news site TheNextWeb that they were experiencing networking issues and are working quickly to remedy the situation.
Tumblr recently boasted it had passed 100 million blogs, with a total of 44.6 billion postings.
The microblogging site however did not give further explanation for the outage.
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