Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Dumb Facebook errors

Whilst browsing Facebook this evening and trying to do an "action" I got told (emphasis mine),
Transport error (#1001) while retrieving data from endpoint `ajax/poke.php': A network error occurred. Check that you are connected to the internet.
How this managed to get to my laptop without me being connected to the Internet I have no idea! I blame stupid developers and crappy ESB's, which, ironically, I have had to be dealing with all day!

5 comments:

Jon Nettleton said...

I think there are general issues with facebook atm, I keep getting 404's as well as the error you mentioned, they could be working to bring on the new version or similar maintanance.

Andy said...

Looks more like a javascript error, so it's perfectly possible that your connection could drop between loading the page and finishing execution of the code on the page.

dizzy said...

Errr no it doesn't. It's a Ajax error that indicates there is a problem in the internal network bridge between the webserver and the message bus that registers and handles things like pokes.

alicia said...

I have been having this error for a week now...is there anyway to fix it. It's really frustrating!

Anonymous said...

Hi Dizzy,

Been enjoying your blog for a few months now, this is my first post.

I don't get all of these stupid bugs, I found a lot of problems with facebook.

It's ridicules how many problems people have with such a popular site

This is a good database of plenty Facebook problems.

http://www.fixya.com/support/p979746-facebook_social_network

I hope they will fix these stupid glitches.

Keep up your gr8 work.
J.