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Custom Domain Setup Procedures, Again, Terminating With bX- Codes

A few months ago, I reported that custom domain repair procedures were reported to be terminating with bX codes. Previously, I had reported of custom domain setup procedures doing likewise. Now, it looks like we are in for a third round of bX codes, when setting up custom domains.
bX-x2qlz6

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host: www.blogger.com
uri: /blog-publishing.do
  • bX-x2qlz6
These are the errors that we're seeing right now, all apparently during the custom domain setup procedure.

First and foremost, report your bX code, using the code reporting form!

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