abort: HTTP Error 500: Internal Server Error

I performed a 'hg push' and then aborted because it was taking a long time.

Then I tried again and recieved this message:

$ hg push https://user@bitbucket.org/user/repository
pushing
to https://user@bitbucket.org/user/repository
abort:
HTTP Error 500: Internal Server Error

A few minutes later it was fixed automatically.

I am wondering if this is a common issue and whether it always fixes itself automatically?

If this occurs and does not fix itself in a timely manner, is there a method to manually fix this myself? For example, could I roll back my local copy and recommit?

I am asking because I am worried that this might occur and it will not fix itself. I worry about a long period of down time. I am wondering if there is a way to manually fix this issue myself.

If it always just fixes itself... then nevermind.

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We had a short outage earlier which would have resulted in timeouts and 500 errors. This was resovled in about 5 minutes. Keep an eye on http://status.bitbucket.org/ and Twitter: @bitbucket for information about outages and news.

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