Aaboco, one of the most popular web hosting services in the UK, has been forced to take down its website due to a large volume of users.
The website was hosting around 200 users at one point.
The company told the website it was temporarily taking down the site after experiencing a large influx of new visitors and “overloading”.
However, the problem with traffic was not the only problem with the website, with many users not understanding the process for installing the latest version of the software.
Users could not even install the latest update.
“Our customers are getting frustrated with the site and we have been overwhelmed with demand,” said aaboco.
“We have been working on a solution to the problem, but unfortunately we are unable to roll it out.”
The website will be temporarily taken down until we can re-install it.
If it is not possible to re-roll out the new software then we will temporarily remove it.
We are working with the customer to find a solution that works for all our customers.
“Users who have already signed up for Aabocas service are able to continue to use the service as usual.
However, some users may need to upgrade to the latest software and Aaboca is not able to provide an exact time frame for that.
Aabaco has been experiencing a high number of requests from the internet and users are using the site to search for other ways to access its services.”
This is not normal.
This is the third time we have experienced a large surge in traffic in the past week and the traffic has increased dramatically,” said AaboCo-founder Chris Gurney.”
It is not just about Aabaccos traffic.
It is about the demand for our services and the amount of data it takes to run it.
“If we don’t take the next step to provide our customers with more reliable, affordable hosting, it will only get worse.
We would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding and we will work with our customers to ensure we can make a recovery in the near future.”
The site has been offline since Thursday and is only able to be accessed via Aabacom, a popular mobile app.
It has been reported that Aabaclose has already lost a significant amount of customers due to the high demand and this may be a factor in the shutdown.
“As we are not able in any way to keep our website up, we are trying to find ways to keep the business going,” said Chris Gough, the website’s managing director.
“For our customers, this means that if they are not willing to pay for a new service, they are unable at this point to use it.”