About 12 hours ago (at the time of writing), postgres stopped allowing write operations (inserts and updates). I’ve checked the volume for the db, and there’s disk space available. I haven’t made any changes to postgres or application code that interacts with postgres during that time.
Specifically, my app is a node.js app that uses sequelize and the exception I’m getting is
SequelizeDatabaseError: cannot execute INSERT in a read-only transaction. I haven’t updated sequelize in this time span either.
I have no idea where else to go to debug this short of digging through the sequelize code. I’m hoping someone else here has seen this before.
For any fly employees, the postgres app name is