We had a couple of minutes of downtime just now, and everything is back
up. This went a lot better today; this should be the last of these
network interruptions for a while.
On 5/15/18 3:31 PM, Andrew Bogott wrote:
The next step in this is scheduled for tomorrow at at
8:00AM in SF. Again, all network service will be interrupted for 5-10
Sorry for all the emails! With luck there will only be one more.
On 5/15/18 12:24 PM, Andrew Bogott wrote:
We're leaving things in this in-between state
services through our backup host, labnet1002) for the duration. All
services should be running as normal until further notice.
Once we iron out the current unexpected issue there will be another
interruption; I'll provide as much warning about that as I can. It's
unlikely to be today, in any case.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused!
On 5/15/18 12:04 PM, Andrew Bogott wrote:
Things are back up and running for the moment.
The last switch-over
went poorly so we haven't actually reached our goals yet; there may
be another interruption yet coming up.
On 5/15/18 8:33 AM, Andrew Bogott wrote:
The first of these tasks is done and the network
is back up and
running. The outage lasted a bit less than 10 minutes.
There will be another similar outage in a few hours.
On 5/2/18 10:22 AM, Andrew Bogott wrote:
> As part of some long-deferred routine maintenance, we need to
> update (and, in one case, physically move) the network servers
> that handle all traffic between WMCS instances. During each
> change, all WMCS network traffic (including network access to all
> tools and VMs) will be interrupted for several minutes.
> The first outage will be:
> Tuesday, May 15 at 13:00 UTC
> The second outage will be three hours later:
> Tuesday, May 15 16:00 UTC
> In each case outages should last no more than ten to fifteen minutes.
> More details about this move can be found at
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