This is an announcement from Technology Services (TS). Please see details below.
Network: Todd/Phibbs Hall Internet Outage
Wednesday, November 15, beginning at 12:00p
Technology Services is replacing an old emergency power supply in the Todd-Phibbs residence hall. This will impact both wired and wireless connections to the Internet. Downtime is not expected to be more than ~8 minutes.
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Network Services will be make regular Network maintenance from 12pm – 6pm. There are no expected outages during this time.
UPDATE 11/3/2016 8:00am
Network Services has restored network functionality to all campus buildings.
UPDATE 11/3/2016 ~5:00am
Network Services is aware of a partial campus outage and working toward resolving the issue as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Networking will be replacing some equipment between 4am and 6am on November 3rd, 2016. This work will cause intermittent network outages including data, wireless and phones.
Buildings to be impacted: Wheelock and McIntyre.
Wheelock is also a main network distribution point and the following buildings/homes and will also be effected:
- Administrative/Staff Buildings: PCS, Security, Communications, Kittredge, Ceramics, Student Diversity, Faculty, SDC, SDJ
- Student Homes: All student homes on Lawrence and east of Lawrence
We appreciate your for your patience as we work to improve network reliability.
Replaced batteries in UPS at Fieldhouse #113. Self Test successful.
VMHOST4 has a bad onboard NIC, which requires swapping the motherboard to fix. Dell should be on site at 8 AM on Friday to swap it out. VMware can handle the overage by migrating VMs to other servers, no outage is expected.
Qwest and K20 will be working on our K20 connection on Thursday 8/12/2010 between 6:300-7:00am. Internet will be intermittent and will be planned to be back in operation by 7:00am.
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 primary DNS server for the University, houdini (internal: 18.104.22.168) and loanshark-main.ups.edu (external: 22.214.171.124) has moved from a physical server to a VMware VM as of 10 AM on 5/20/2010. All tests show good results and no problems are expected.
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.
This morning at approxmiately 8:20 PST, the old Solaris listhost server was shutdown and powered off. All mailing lists were migrated yesterday to a new listhost.ups.edu running Linux on our VMware cluster.
Update at 4:30 PM — All testing was successful, migration completed.
Updated at 3:30 PM — All changes have been made and lists should be fully available once again, but we are continuing to test and verify all is working properly.
On Tuesday, December 22nd 2009 between noon and 5:00 PM, email lists hosted on listhost.ups.edu will be moved to a new server. During this time new email sent to email lists will be held until the service migration is complete. If possible, please do not post messages to email lists during this time.
Refer back to this post on Tuesday for updated information.
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 Windows 2000 server known as Whitney was retired today at 2:13pm. It is not known to be used anymore, but writting this entry just in case something is dependant on it and breaks after today. A special one-time commvault backup was done, written to tape 104L3 with 365 days retention.
On February 17th from 5:30-6AM batteries in our EMC CX400 Disk Array will be replaced. This is a fully redundant system and no outage is expected. However, as with any change, there is always a risk of outage. If a problem arises with the change, the following services may be impacted:
Database Services (FAMIS, Banner, Millennium, etc.)
Please note that Cascade will not be affected.