At 4:23 PM on 10/27/2011, MyUNLV administrators reported that all MyUNLV services were back to normal operation. The root cause of the outage was a system-wide messaging problem. The issue has been resolved by MyUNLV administrators and service has been restored.
Between 12:26 - 12:34 PM Tuesday, October 25, 2011 the Lotus Notes instant messager service, Sametime, was unavailable. The cause of the interruption was due to the a required reboot of the server to clear an administrative error.
At 9:22 AM on 10/25/2011, a Lotus Notes administrator reported that the Lotus Notes instant messager server was restarted at 9:17 AM. Instant messaging service was restored by 9:22 AM. The root cause of the issue was a failed server process.
At 12:17 PM Monday, October 24, 2011 the network outage to Thomas T. Beam Engineering Complex (TBE) building A has been resolved. Network service has been restored for the College of Engineering (EGR) offices and most of the computer lab in TBE A311. A few PCs in the lab are continuing to have issues and OIT staff are investigating these isolated problems. The root cause of the outage was a failed network device.
At 10:46 AM Friday, October 21, 2011 devices connected to network swtich in WHI 333 lost connectivity. By 10:47 AM the switch was back online. The cause of the outage was due to uplink changes being completed by Network Engineers.
At 9:59 AM on 10/19/2011, OIT server administrators reported that the Academic and Research Space application, Archibus, is unavailable. Server administrators are working to resolve the issue. Root cause is unknown at this time.
A Nevada System of Higher Education policy specifies that passwords to certain campus computer systems must meet strict requirements. During the implementation phase of MyUNLV, the password policy was not applied to the system. Now that the system has been live for over a year, this policy will be applied to all MyUNLV accounts on October 31, 2011.
Here is a summary of the new secure password requirement. Each is explained in more detail below.
BlackBerry subscribers on campus and throughout North America may be experiencing intermittent service delays. This issue began to affect campus BlackBerry subscribers at 9 p.m. on October 11. RIM is working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
At 8:00 AM Monday, October 03, 2011 monitoring tools reported the network switch in Chemistry Building (CHE) is down. The outage appears to be due to a power issue in CHE 224. UNLV Facilities have been contacted and will investigate the issue. This incident affects all network connectivity for CHE building.