|01/14/2001||Truman's internet connection was taken down from 5:30pm Friday to 7:00am Saturday in order to test new network equipment. |
|01/18/2001||Tuesday January 16, ~ 11 PM - Gold experienced system problems and had to
be restarted. Gold services were unavailable for ~ 30 minutes.|
|01/19/2001||Tuesday January 16, 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM - Truman off-site email was held and
not sent until ~ 9:30 PM due to the new Firewall configuration. TheFirewall configuration has since been updated.|
|01/20/2001||Tuesday January 16, 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM - Several workstations in the
Violette Hall 2000 lab lost network access due to a damaged network switch.
The defective network switch has been replaced|
|02/04/2001||Friday February 2, 2:30 PM - We are experiencing problems with a network router which temporarily degraded network services. Additional details will be posted as that information becomes available. |
|02/04/2001||Friday February 2, ~ 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM - Network services were severely
degraded due to a "packet flood"-type attack that originated within the
Truman network. Service has been restored. |
|02/08/2001||uesday February 6, ~1:15 - 2:30 - The web server, webgrp1, had an unexpected system error taking it and all hosted web sites offline. Service has since been restored. Maintenance may require taking the system offline for a brief period during off-hours this weekend.|
|02/14/2001||Friday February 9, Early Friday morning, a problem with network electronics caused several key servers to go down for an undetermined amount of time. Service was restored to all systems by 8:30am.|
|02/21/2001||Monday February 19, The web server, webgrp1, had to be restarted after an ~30 interruption in web hosting services. Service was originally interrupted in an attempt to clear cached data which was interfering in web site configuration. Intermediate measures were unsuccessful in clearing the data; thus forcing the restart.|
|02/28/2001||Sunday February 25, ~10:00 AM - 1:30 PM - Internet services were unavailable due to problems at MOREnet.|
|02/28/2001||Tuesday February 27, ~10:40 - 11:00 - The web server, webgrp1, experienced a series of system errors taking it and all hosted web sites offline for approximately 20 minutes. Service has since been restored. This was a repeat occurrence of the problem reported on 2/6/01. A solution has been found and this problem is not expected to occur again.|
|03/17/2001||Wednesday March 14, ~9:15 am - Web services were briefly interrupted on the webgrp1 server. Service was restored to all hosted websites by ~9:25 am. This interruption initially appears to be related to possible problem with PERL service. More information will be posted as this problem is further documented.|
|03/17/2001||Wednesday March 14 - Some areas of Dobson Hall lost network connectivity from ~7pm until 8:30am. This outage was caused by an electrical service failure. Physical Plant electricians have corrected the problem.|
|03/17/2001||Thursday March 15 - The IBM Mainframe crashed at ~ 2:45 PM due to a channel error. This effected some internal library operations. Service was restored at ~ 3:30 PM.|
|03/29/2001||Monday evening March 26 - The Groups web server Argon was down for an undetermined amount of time between 7:15 and 9:45. After experiencing a series of internal service errors, Argon was restarted at 9:53pm . Service to all hosted web sites was restored by 10pm.|
|04/12/2001||On Sunday April 8 some residents in Blanton Hall lost network service from
about 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. The problem was caused by an electrical power problem.|
|04/15/2001||Thursday April 12 - The Pickler Library network is down. A core network backbone switch was damaged by a electrical power problem. Repairs are currently underway.
Thursday April 12 - The Pickler Library network was down from ~ 7:00 AM until 10:00 AM. A core network backbone switch was damaged by a electrical power problem.
Thursday April 12 - Network service to Missouri Hall was down from ~ 7:30 AM until 9:05 AM due to an electrical power problem
|05/17/2001||The Groups Web Server, Argon, has been restarted several times during the past two weeks as updates and maintenance packs were applied.
Any service outages should have been brief.
Webmasters may, however, need to reapply custom file permissions.
|06/14/2001||The Groups Web server, Argon, experienced a hardware failure Monday evening (6/11). Services have been restored as of 9:15am Tuesday (6/12). As additional checks and repairs are performed, brief outages may occur Tuesday and Wednesday.|
|06/29/2001||Due to a major electrical power outage on the Truman power grid, many network/web services were interrupted or unavailable from Sunday evening, 6/24 through Tuesday 6/26. All services were restored by 2a.m. Wednesday morning.
|07/01/2001||The Gold server was taken off-line for scheduled upgrades and maintenance at 5pm Friday (6/29). Service was restored by 9pm. During this time frame, e-mail, web sites with www2. addresses and all other services supported on Gold were unavailable. Campus dial-up connections were also be unavailable during this outage.|
|07/04/2001||The Argon server was taken off-line for scheduled maintenance at 5:30 pm Sunday, 7/1. Service was restored by 6pm. All hosted web sites were unavailable for a brief amount of time as the server was rebooted.|
|07/05/2001||The Argon server went down last night (Monday, 7/2) at an undetermined time between 7pm and 11:00pm. Service was restored by 8am Wednesday morning. The cause of the failure is being investigated at this time.|
|07/22/2001||oth the DK HelpDesk system server (TS11) and the Group Web Server (Argon) experienced a variety of technical difficulties on Thursday, 7/20/01. Some pages were unavailable and Web Services were interrupted a number of times. Behavior indicates the problems may have been caused by complications from an attack of the "Code Red" Worm virus. Both servers have had appropriate service packs and security updates applied and service has been restored as of 9:30am. |
|08/19/2001||On Sunday, August 19th, 2001, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, MOREnet will perform maintenance on core equipment in the Kansas City area. This maintenance is to replace an equipment failure identified within the Kansas City ATM switch.
MOREnet customers in the Kansas City area will experience a loss of connectivity during this maintenance period as the hardware swap is performed.
For questions or comments concerning this announcement, please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org|