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Both of these are currently returning 404 Not Found. What's up with that?

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StackAuth's new DNS record is propagating, expect some outages as per the blog.

We expect all the DNS issues to shake out well before the recommend /sites cache time elapses.

Associated accounts on the sites themselves will be kind of weird while that record is propagating, so /users/{id}/associated wouldn't really be reliable even if you could get to it.

  • I hope so... I might have to manually patch StackMobile's cache - since it refreshes in a few minutes. – Nathan Osman Oct 24 '10 at 19:34
  • I checked out my code and I noticed that I'm using stackauth.com/sites without 1.0 (Not affected by the DNS change).. What's the difference? – systempuntoout Oct 25 '10 at 6:37
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    @systempuntoout - /sites basically snuck in when we froze 1.0. There are enough people using it that we can't track down (at least, not without alot of log parsing pain) that I didn't want to just tear it out. The correct way to use the 1.0 API is to hit /1.0/sites directly, we make no guarantees about the lifetime of the raw /sites route. – Kevin Montrose Oct 25 '10 at 6:40
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It has been more than 12 hours since I checked http://stackauth.com/1.0/sites, it is still returning a 404. Does anyone have an idea when http://stackauth.com/1.0/sites will be available?

  • I was just going to ask this myself :P – Nathan Osman Oct 24 '10 at 22:16
  • Seems to be working for me now – Felix Oct 25 '10 at 7:06
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They are moving datacenters; could be related with that.

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