Sunday, June 24, 2018

ITS System Status


The Data Center is running on normal power and the generator is on standby mode. 

Friday, June 22, 2018

Cardwell Hall Network Maintenance - 06/21

This maintenance was completed.

History:
NTS will be performing maintenance in Cardwell Hall tonight (6/21/18) from 10pm to midnight.  Users may experience a brief interruption in network services during the maintenance.

Firewall Mainteance - 06/21/18

The maintenance has been completed.

History:
Thursday evening, June 21st, between 10 PM and midnight, we will be updating software on several firewalls on campus.  For most locations, no service disruptions are anticipated as the maintenance is carried out.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Network Maintenance 6/20/18

The maintenance has been completed.

History:
NTS will be re-initiating redundant links from the core to the data center today (6/20/18) at 4pm.  This process is expected to cause a brief outage (under 2minutes) in access to the data center resources

Mediasite Maintenance - 06/20

The maintenance has been completed.

History:
EST will perform maintenance on the Mediasite database server from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 20. During this maintenance period, Mediasite services may be temporarily disrupted.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Network Maintenance - Hale Library - 06/18

The maintenance has been completed.

History:
NTS will be performing maintenance tonight (6/18/18) from 6pm to 8pm in Hale Library, to continue the process of recovering services impacted by the fire.  During this maintenance user's may experience a brief disruption in network services.

ITS Systems Status 06/15/2018 4:00 pm


On Monday, June 18, at 5:00 am, work will be done in the Hale Data Center to restore utility power to the systems.   While we anticipate no impact or disruption of service, there exists the possibility that we will have to power down parts of the data center during the transition.   As a precaution, we will be shutting down all test and development services preemptively to reduce load and extend battery life in the UPSs.  If we do end up losing power,  we will have staff on hand to shut down production systems as gracefully as possible.