Unfortunately the server hosting our databases for the Boulder, CO and Montgomery County, MD scans was degrading in performance drastically. This is why a lot of you have noticed instability over the past few weeks. Today it came to a point where the server was becoming difficult to maintain.
Luckily we brought up a new database server late last week that created new databases for. Like Northern Virginia scans, we will have to identify all spawnpoints again and will need to verify them to determine the correct timers. The process to identify the spawnpoints takes a few hours, while the verification for timers will take considerably longer, possibly 10 – 12 hours. This means the timers on alerts will be inaccurate, but will progressively become accurate later in the day.
Hope this helps things chug along smoother.