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  1. This is incorrect. Please refer to previous pages of this post for the much lower figures it fell toβ€”at least as low as 23,000 at one point. So it dropped by nearly half, from a high of 43,000 when I first could not log back in when attempting a relog around 11:30a SLT this morning.
  2. In-world is now 32148 per https://secondlife.com/httprequest/homepage.php (thank you to the person who posted that on this thread). Rezzing and editing objects hasn't been weird yet, but deletion of rezzed objects is a bit slow. That's about as dangerously as I'm living right now.
  3. Unless all of this is from a definitive LL source it should be framed as speculation. πŸ™‚
  4. Just logged in. Cached things, at least, are loading quickly. Will update if there's anything interesting to report, but looks normal so far.
  5. Thanks much, Grumpity. I'm certain none of LL's folks who are working on this are having a good time. We're just kicking it here in the meantime because we can. (So yay, the forum is working!) πŸ™‚
  6. Try Canada. Portland and Seattle are 1. full and 2. not a whole lot better off climate- and fire-wise.
  7. Can confirm, however, being a bald default gray avatar for a few seconds and then disappearing entirely like most of those around me (just name tags) isn't necessarily a sign of a functional grid. /me backs away slowly
  8. For those playing along, for whatever reason, now today's status is orange instead of yellow. I guess that means they're frowning harder, or they know we are. /facetious More seriously, it appears to correspond to the "partial outage" status described here (though "degraded performance" is the most serious status listed for any single component from SL's main status page, which is a yellow status), though the company doesn't explain the colors themselves explicitly: https://www.statuspage.io/features/core
  9. Not even gonna get started about EEP. But we have no reason to think it's connected to this, no, until someone with firsthand knowledge shows up to say so.
  10. People must be giving up or trying that fruitless relog pretty quickly, though: In-world is 33,088 right now. It was around 42,000 an hour ago.
  11. Yeah, I wasn't booted, but it was about to become impossible to rez anything and that was the only thing I needed to do just then. Also had to leave the build in a weird state unsupervised. At least I was dressed as I intended. πŸ™‚
  12. I wondered that, too. Both the new one and that one flipped to yellow at the same time about half an hour ago when the new one was posted. The 10/25 one was black before that.
  13. Nope, not for a good 20 minutes...was working on a build and made the mistake of trying to relog because things were getting weird and laggy and, well, now I just have my face pressed on the glass. https://status.secondlifegrid.net/incidents/82f56mnkm8lt "Investigating - Some Second Life services are currently experiencing an outage. During this time, some Second Life services may be unavailable including, but not limited to: logging in, and object rezzing. Please refrain from rezzing in-world, in addition to transacting in-world, on the Marketplace, or on the Lindex during this time.Oct 27, 11:48 PDT"
  14. This question didn't get a relevant answer (and this isn't an answer, either, just a clarification of why the above also isn't an answer): Stadia is a cloud gaming (streaming) service. SL has, to my knowledge, not stated any plans to use AWS to offer such a service. OnLive SLGo, before it went away, was another example of a streaming service which enabled many more users to experience SL at ultra graphics, by doing all of that heavy lifting on the server side and then streaming the result to the user. I used it on older hardware that otherwise couldn't have plausibly run a local viewer. It was a fantastic option while it lasted. To date, LL has not mentioned any plans to do something like this in-house, as far as I have seen, and I've also been curious about this. So the OP's question is valid (and unanswered). Stadia: https://www.techradar.com/news/stadia-everything-you-need-to-know-about-googles-game-streaming-service AWS and SL: https://modemworld.me/2018/03/24/ebbe-and-oz-talk-second-life-in-the-cloud/
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