Google Analytics and StatCounter Joins SiteMeter, Has Issues
If you log in to your Google Analytics account, you might be getting this message:
Google Analytics experienced a data processing error from April 30th to May 5th. Almost all of the data has been recovered and is currently being reprocessed. The recovered data will be reflected in your reports within a few days. Please note that a small percentage of data, particularly in the area of e-commerce reporting, was not recoverable from those dates.
StatCounter also had issues this weekend:
On Saturday 31 May at approximately 11pm GMT there was an explosion in The Planet Data Center in Houston Texas. Electrical gear shorted, creating an explosion and fire that knocked down three walls. Thankfully there were no human casualties.
On the instructions of the Fire Department, The Planet then turned off all power to the Data Center resulting in 9,000 servers being knocked offline.
This comes shortly after the SiteMeter outage, so I’m taking a wild guess that the problems over at The Planet’s datacenter might be the culprit for all these things. Speaking of which, I’m a bit surprised that there’s nothing on it over at The Planet Blog. That’s not how a blog should work, people!
Have you had issues? Let us know in the comments!
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Here’s a relevant note with regards to surviving the outage at the Planet:
-uptime is very important at GoStats.
(GoStats is a stats system which did NOT go down)
i’m stop using google analytics because if there are no users on a page by analytics google think that the page is not popular and put it down at the serp.
it is no my view just read it at one board.
I do love the graphs on Google Analytics, very simple to the point analysis on traffic over time.
I would like to know though, whether it’s possible to show an “aggregated graph” of all your websites *on the one page*. That would be a killer feature.