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Highly trained monkeys have just fixed youtube error

Just before 15-20 minutes YouTube users faced “500 Internal Server Error” while accessing the website. Till now there is no confirmation if it is hackers having fun with YouTube or YouTube really faced the 500 Internal Server Error. Some users reported even before 3-4 months they have faced the same kind of issue. The error page was quite funny.

500 Internal Server Error
Sorry, something went wrong.

A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.

If you see them, show them this information:

You may see the screenshot below.

Highly trained monkeys have just fixed youtube error

It seems the “500 Internal Server Error” has already been fixed. So no doubt, YouTube really has some highly trained monkeys and they have done there job efficiently 🙂

Nick is a Cloud Architect by profession. He loves to spend a lot of time testing and reviewing the latest gadgets and software. He likes all things tech and his passion for smartphones is only matched by his passion for Sci-Fi TV Series.

8 thoughts on “Highly trained monkeys have just fixed youtube error

  1. it actually is still very much an issue as long as you are signed in to your google account, if you need to view anything, simply log out of google

    1. Thanks for questioning my designation? lol
      I really don’t have any idea what did you mean by the word ‘addressing’ here…

      1. Well, there are just four comments here and yours ain’t one of them. Unless I have missed something, so please do point out where exactly do you address this problem, “500 Internal Server Error”?

          1. Among the Google searches to resolve this particular problem, your page appears. Yet, we don’t see any resolution at all, which is even more frustrating considering that you are a Software Engineer by profession. It’s called a `False lead’.

          2. It’s ridiculous. This issue is from Google’s end, not much you or me can do from our end or user end. It’s Google’s engineers who will fix the issue. If this website goes down as a user or even if you are a web developer can you do anything from your end to fix this? No you can’t do. It’s me or our web development team who has access to fix the issue. Like that google technical team has the authority to fix this internal error.

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