Tuesday 12th March 2019, 10.15 GMT
41 Open Tickets this week.
Biomed .lsc Tickets
A few of these don't seem to have been 'spotted' yet:
When do you give up on a disk server?
A broken disk server has been causing all manner of troubles at Lancaster - and we've not had any luck fixing it. The data's okay (it's the NIC that's broken), but at what point is it easier just to declare the 121TB of data on board lost?
When is an atlas ticket not an atlas ticket?
When they forget to fill in the "concerned VO" section. In a slightly similar theme, Sam notes the pain of having to click through files on the DDM monitoring pages to look for failures (I've had some success by downloading the json and grepping through that, but that's still a cold comfort when you're dealing with a good few thousand failures as you can only do 500 fails at a time).
Whistle-stop Tour of the v6 Tickets
Last update: 7/1/19. Could do with a bi-monthly update, even if it's "nothing to report, move along".
Last update: 5/2/19. Things were looking a little positive last month with Mark wrestling with v6 DNS, were you victorious Mark?
Last update: 5/2/19. v6 kind of works at Glasgow, if one defines the concept of working loosely enough. I don't think any more news is expected a month on, but it would be nice to be proved wrong.
Last update: 4/2/19. The chaps at Edinburgh were waiting on DPM 1.11 to come out before dual stacking their storage. Wait longer. Trust me. Just wait.
Last Update: 4/12/18. Any news whatsoever from your networking team? The ticket has reached a point where it could do with even a null update.
Last Update: 30/10/18. This really, really, really, really needs an update, especially as the last word was quite positive.
Last update: 3/12/18. Similar for the Manchester ticket. Last word was quite positive, but since then silence.
Last update: 6/2/18. John gave a good summary of the situation, with the site waiting on upgrades due next FY. Hope it all goes well.
Last update: 23/1/19. No change at RHUL, but it really would be nice to see how outsourcing the v6 DNS to JANET works out.