Messages & Announcements

  • 2018-06-04:  Tusker: Login node maintenance completed
    Category:  Maintenance

    The maintenance on the Tusker login node has been completed and the system is available for use.


  • 2018-05-31:  Tusker: Login node reboot @ 1pm Monday, June 4th
    Category:  Maintenance

    The Tusker login node will be rebooted at 1pm Monday, June 4th to apply configuration changes. During this time it will be inaccessible via SSH. We anticipate the maintenance to take less than 30 minutes. Pending or running jobs and transfers via Globus will be unaffected by this reboot. We recommend exiting all SSH sessions prior to the maintenance to avoid issues from dropped connections.


  • 2018-05-24:  Sandhills: Login node maintenance completed
    Category:  Maintenance

    The maintenance on the Sandhills login node has been completed and the system is available for use.


  • 2018-05-22:  Sandhills: Login node reboot @ 1pm Thurs., May 24
    Category:  Maintenance

    The Sandhills login node will be rebooted at 1pm Thursday, May 24th to apply configuration changes. During this time it will be inaccessible via SSH. We anticipate the maintenance to take less than 30 minutes. Pending or running jobs and transfers via Globus will be unaffected by this reboot. We recommend exiting all SSH sessions prior to the maintenance to avoid issues from dropped connections.


  • 2018-05-19:  Crane: /work filesystem downtime resolved
    Category:  General Announcement

    The /work filesystem for Crane is restored as of 8:00pm.

    One of the storage servers crashed and rebooted. A filesystem check was completed with no errors found. Running jobs which were accessing /work stalled until the filesystem was restored. This may have caused jobs to exceed their time limit. There was no data loss from this outage.

    We believe the storage server crash was triggered by I/O delays as the RAID controller was rebuilding a failed disk drive. The rebuild and filesystem check completed successfully and we are monitoring the system.


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