Is Part of the Particle site down none of my devices are talking to the Particle server


#1

Im not getting any publishes from any device


#2

me neither - I can flash a device in WEB-IDE but console event display is not displaying events, although retrieving variables appears to work.
Attempting to publish via the CLI results in “Server said service unavailable”


#3

Same here,

I did a quick test and looks like the device is successful in sending the events. This is happening to my Products and personal devices.

String myName = "hello";
unsigned long timeTest1;

void setup() {
  Particle.function("test", test);
  Particle.variable("name", myName);
  System.disableUpdates();
  Particle.connect();
  timeTest1 = millis();
}

void loop() {
  if ((millis() - timeTest1) >= 3000) {
    if (Particle.connected()) {
      bool success;
      success = Particle.publish("motion-detected", PRIVATE);
      if (!success) {
        Serial.println("Was NOT a success!");
      } else {
        Serial.println("Was a success!");
      }
    }
    timeTest1 = millis();
  }
}


#4

Yea my pump didn’t turn on so I checked and nothing has been published for a while functions work just not publishes


#5

So I just checked my Console, and no events are showing up.
However, All my devices are successfully publishing… it’s just not appearing in the Event Stream of the Console.

I checked a few specific Webhooks and they are constantly firing and sending data to ThingSpeak as normal.


#6

Yea I’m having a similar issue.
Events are passing through my integration just fine, however, they do not appear in console.
Events sent from my server to https://api.particle.io/v1/devices/events return 503 Service Unavailable.


#7

Status.particle.io is usually the place to check all particle side services for outages. Everything is showing operational right now, though so it may be something else.


#9

I just checked, and I have a Photon, Argon, Boron, and Electron all publishing events to the Console.