From 8:45 - 9:41 AM on 5/14/2012, Several services were offline while server administrators moved virtual servers off failed hardware. The effected services were offline breifly while the virtual servers were gracefully shutdown and the brought up on different hardware. Effected services included Munis, Munis test environment, Kinetics, History department's web server, and Lotus Notes listervs. Server administrators will be working with their vendor to repair the failed hardware.
At 2:33 PM Thursday, May 03, 2012 IT Help Desk reported Employee Locator website is unavailable. The issue is being escalated to service administrators. It is unknown if other services are affected at this time.
At 4:00 PM Thursday, May 03, 2012 the Employee Locator website is available. Service administrators continue to troubleshoot the root cause.
From 11:15 - 11:30 AM on 4/27/2012, there was a network outage affecting a network switch in Bigelow Health Science (BHS) building's first floor. This outage effected a small number of users in BHS that connect to the network through this switch. The root cause was due to a power failure. Network engineers have resolved the issue and normal network service has been restored.
At 11:48 AM Tuesday, April 24 OIT received a report of a user unable to connect to UNLV-Secure. After additional investigation network engineers identified this was a larger issue with the wireless controllers being overloaded causing users to have trouble connecting to UNLV-Secure during peak hours (mid-day). At 12:10 AM Thursday, April 26, network engineers will move all wireless access points in Student Recreation and Wellness Center (RWC) to a new wireless controller thereby resolving the issue.
At 3:25 PM Sunday, April 22, 2012 Lotus Notes server, Domino 5, has encountered a problem is unavailable. The service administrator is troubleshooting the issue and working to restore service.
At 4:13 PM Sunday, April 22, 2012 Lotus Notes server, Domino 5, is online. E-mail was queued during the outage and is now being delivered. Service administrator had to reset the disk array to resolve the issue.