Network Services will be make regular Network maintenance from 12pm – 6pm. There are no expected outages during this time.
Viawarp, a credit card processing system, is the last production system using VLAN98 and this needs to change for future use of this VLAN and for implementation of new features on VMware.
The IP on Viawarp was changed this morning from 5:30-6am from 18.104.22.168 to 10.98.0.95.
Starting Monday, 1/24/2011 at 8am, TS will being migrating the sthelens server from McIntyre to Wyatt. This move is required in order to provide redundancy and disaster recovery capabilities for our most important database services.
For the duration of Monday and Tuesday, January 24th and 25th, sthelens will be offline for this change.
The impact of this change is that should a production database fail, it will need to be manually restored in place, versus switching to sthelens, a relatively small risk.
On Wednesday 8/3/2010 starting at 5:30 AM the external DNS servers used for the University will be migrated to new servers. No downtime is expected.
As of 8 AM on 8/4/2010, all websites beginning with www5.ups.edu, www4.ups.edu, www3.ups.edu, and www2.ups.edu (and www2.pugetsound.edu) will be served by a newly upgraded server.
The server known as Orion is no longer available for general use and should be considered retired. Currently it is completely unavailable, but will be relocated to the Science Center for Computer Science use only. Orion previously served NTP (time) services for the University in addition to Computer Science use.
Updated at 8:30am, 8/14/2009:
Migration completed by 7:30am and post migration testing completed successfully.
On the morning of Friday August 14th from 6:30am to 7:30am some small, intermittent, outages might occur on the web server www2.ups.edu. www2.ups.edu also houses sites such as library.ups.edu and blogs.ups.edu. All these sites might be unavailable for 5-10 minutes during this hour of migration.
The RADIUS server has been moved to a new server with the same IP address as before, so no changes to services using RADIUS should be required. The client file was copied and test to ensure proper functioning of the server.
The ASUPS web server was moved into the server room today, since the University calendar system developed by ASUPS has become an official service.
To gain space in Mc007, the servers listed above were moved to a new 4-post rack. This rack replaces the one that used to house the mail server and the DNS servers.