Monday 22nd February 2016, 15.30 GMT
37 Open UK Tickets this week.
This information system ticket really needs some attention. Assigned (19/1)
CMS are to be rolling multicore pilots soonish and requested some information to set up their test queues with. Brunel might have missed the ticket, the other two are chugging along nicely. Update - Brunel's updated their ticket, so all's good.
Whilst we're talking CMS
This ticket (wrongly assigned to just QMUL at the moment) seems to have become an odd catchall for enabling Glasgow and QM as Tier 3s. The CMS guys seem to think jobs should be flowing/trickling now, so maybe this can be closed? Assigned (18/2)
Govind is away and when the admin isn't looking things start breaking - in the case of this ticket Sno+ have disabled submission to RHUL so the ticket should be On Holded (I didn't want to On Hold the ticket myself, as that's a recipe for the ticket getting forgotten about). Or perhaps someone has a suggestion to tackle the problem? Assigned (12/2)
ROD ticket for 100IT, where they're accused of failing a test that they shouldn't be failing. David opened a ticket about this (https://ggus.eu/index.php?mode=ticket_info&ticket_id=119513) but not received any attention at all - was it submitted to the right group? In progress (22/2)
HTTP support on the Glasgow SE. You seem to have been "upgraded" to "failing intermittently" (a possible title for my autobiography). Did you change anything to upgrade your status? In progress (16/2)
This LHCB data transfer ticket to the Tier 1 has been waiting for a reply for a while now. Any news from lhcb? Waiting for reply (15/2)
Those 8 Atlas Storage Consistency Check Tickets
A chat about this at the Thursday atlas UK cloud meeting revealed that the chap handling these has gone to Argentina. It was unclear whether this was business, pleasure or as a GGUS fugitive escaping the grumpyness of dozens of site admins.
Unsolved but not Unforgotten, the tarball glexec tickets
Can be solved
Brunel: 119682 This ROD ticket looks like it's sorted now. Good stuff!