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Linode provides live technical support services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Linode Support ensures network availability, verifies that you can access your Linode, resolves performance issues with hosts, and works to fix any service-related issues you may be experiencing.
Linode also offers a number of resources you can refer to when troubleshooting application and server configuration issues. These issues are generally outside the scope of Linode Support, and the other resources Linode provides can help you find solutions for your questions.
Linode provides community spaces, an AI-powered assistant, libraries of reference material, and status updates for infrastructure components:
Linode Community and the Community Site: Customers and staff discuss the projects they’re working on in the Linode Community Site. You can search this site to see if your issue has already been addressed there. If you can’t find any existing posts related to your issue, you can create a new one or ask your question in the IRC channel.
Linode Support Bot: The Linode Support Bot can answer a number of technical, billing, and account management questions, and it learns new answers every day. If the Linode Support Bot does not know an answer, it can create a support ticket for you. This feature is available from the Linode Manager:
Linode Guides & Tutorials: The Guides & Tutorials library hosts a catalogued and searchable list of guides on a large number of topics. Here are a few that focus on troubleshooting:
Network Status: If a data center experiences downtime, Linode’s staff will regularly update the Status webpage until the issue has been resolved.
Contacting Linode Support
If you are not able to solve an issue with the resources listed above, you can contact Linode Support. As a reminder, application configuration and other similar topics are outside the scope of Linode Support. The primary method for contacting Linode Support is to open a support ticket from the Linode Manager:
- Log in to the Linode Manager.
- Select the Support link.
- Select the Open a new Support Ticket link. A support ticket form will appear at the bottom of the page that loads.
- Enter a summary of your issue in the Summary field of this form.
- From the Regarding menu, select an option related to the issue you are reporting.
- Enter a description of the problem in the Description field. Please provide as many details as possible.
- Click Open Ticket.
The Linode Support Team will respond as soon as possible.
If you are having difficulty logging in to the Linode Manager and opening a support ticket, you can email Linode Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call Linode 24 hours a day at (609) 380-7100 (international) or (855) 454-6633 (North America toll-free). If your call is diverted to voicemail, please leave a detailed message explaining your problem. Your call will be returned as quickly as possible.
Email email@example.com to report network abuse, unauthorized access attempts, or spam originating from the Linode platform. Please forward spam with the full headers intact, and include logs documenting unauthorized access.
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