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Incident affecting Authentication
Cloud Firestore customers are experiencing permission denied errors when reading and writing to databases in nam5 multi-region.
Incident began at 2023-11-15 12:00 and ended at 2023-11-15 18:42 (all times are US/Pacific).
| ||17 Nov 2023||08:37 PST|| |
A Mini Incident Report has been published to the Google Cloud Service Health Dashboard for Cloud Firestore.
| ||15 Nov 2023||18:49 PST|| |
The issue with Cloud Firestore and Firebase Authentication has been resolved for all affected users as of Wednesday, 2023-11-15 18:42 US/Pacific. We'll publish an analysis of this incident after we've completed our internal investigation. Thank you for your patience while we worked on resolving the issue!
| ||15 Nov 2023||18:30 PST|| |
Mitigation work to resolve the ongoing issue with Cloud Firestore access is currently underway. The mitigation is expected to complete by Wednesday, 2023-11-15 19:30 US/Pacific.
| ||15 Nov 2023||17:32 PST|| |
Our engineering team has identified a potential root cause and is working towards identifying a mitigation strategy.
Upon further investigation, our engineering team identified that the issue is limited to Cloud Firestore databases residing in nam5 multi-region.
Check the Google Cloud Status Dashboard for ongoing updates.
| ||15 Nov 2023||14:21 PST|| |
We're currently investigating an elevated number of permissions errors, resulting in access issues for authenticated users of Cloud Firestore.
- All times are US/Pacific