Can't create scrum board using agile api

I am using /rest/agile/latest/board to create board and in my request I give board name and board type ="scrum" but I got 500 response as below. Anyone knows the problem?

HTTP error code : 500 'Internal Server Error' with message: <!DOCTYPE html>
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                                <h1>Oops, something went wrong</h1>
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                                    Please check <a href="https://www.atlassian.com/cloud/status">Atlassian Status</a> for known problems.
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"Internal server error" is usually impossible to diagnose without reading the logs.

You'll need to contact https://support.atlassian.com to find out the details of the error.

I got the problem, a typo in my actual request body

Thanks

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