A networked storage outage in OIT's hosting infrastructure has affected multiple CSE services, including web, printing, and other user-facing services. Symptoms include network timeouts and inability to log in to machines.
OIT is working on the issue and we do not have an ETR (estimated time to repair) at this time. We will update this notice when we know more. Thanks for your patience.
One of our CS Unix print servers is experiencing slow responsiveness and intermittent downtime. Our system administrators are aware of the issue and the current plan is to upgrade the server early this week. We apologize for any inconvinience this may cause.
CS mailing lists are currently experiencing issues. Our team is aware of the problem and is working on a solution.
Hardware failure being worked on by the vendor.
As of 28 August 2018, this issue is now resolved.
We are conducting maintenance on the CS mail server. This maintenance will take place between 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM. During that time CS mail will be unavailable.
At 7:51 am, we recieved reports of Home Directories not mounting that appear to be related to the CSE-IT System Maintenance Window on Sunday, 19 August. We are currently working to resolve this issue.
During the CSE-IT maintenance window Sunday morning, 5/20/2018, a firmaware update resulted in some CSE-IT Virtual Server infrastructure becoming unavailable. Services affected include CSE-IT supported websites which depend on a CSE-IT managed database, and Computer Science UNIX accounts.
Resolved 2:27 p.m. 5/20/2018
At approximately 11:30 PM on 5-10-2018, we received complaints that MATLAB had become inaccessible. Some changes were made to the University's MATLAB license server, and we have modified our license file accordingly to fix the issue. If you are still experiencing concerns with MATLAB, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-625-0876.
CSE-IT Major Incident Resolved [April 24, 2018 – 9:40AM]: At 9:30AM, CSE-IT began receiving reports of issues regarding one of our file servers. Symptoms include: successful login, but no documents or avaialble quota. Our analysis indicated a virtual machine issue, which we believe is resolved as of 9:40AM.
If you are still having the symptoms described above, please contact CSE-IT immediately at 5-0876 or email@example.com.
CSE-IT Major Incident Resolved 04/23/18: At 12:50 pm, CSE-IT monitor services reported trouble with the networking in Keller 2-209. Symptoms included: the affected machines