Tuesday 28th October
- There are 26 open UK tickets at the moment. Click here to list them.
Scanning the VO Nagios, what do I see...
Brunel's had gridpp failures for the last 4 days.
Lancaster's still failing for pheno (something in the authorisation chain is broken, can't see what).
RalPP is having a brief problem with T2K (Job submission failed, no more possible targets).
Bristol's in downtime.
Sheffield is having trouble with gridpp, and has started having trouble with pheno, Sno+ and T2K for the last week.
And all the srms at the Tier 1 are failing their tests (which I believe is the status quo, although this set of tests has only been failing for the last 11 days).
26 Open UK Tickets this morning.
100IT have got a ticket describing the Requirements for Fed Cloud sites, detailing requirements such as what they need to put into the GOC DB and publish in their BDII, and that they should support dteam. Still just Assigned (23/10)
(The other 100IT ticket, 108356, is progressing nicely and might be of interest to anyone thinking of playing with vmcatcher).
Some users were having trouble using the FTS3 REST interface at RAL. Ticket is progressing, but I just flagged it up as it has a few possibly-of-interest technical tidbits about reloading CRLs. In progress (28/10)
Sheffield failing SAM tests, likely caused by a reyaiming. Elena has noticed errors in her bnotifier and bupdater logs (errors like "key job_registry_add_remote not found"), and has asked for help - I've not seen these errors before, has anyone else? In progress (27/10)
Nagios failures at Jet after some certificate troubles last week. The Jet admins have said they've fixed things, and they're looking all green, so can this ticket be closed? In Progress (23/10)
Atlas transfer failure ticket. The original problem looked to be at the NDGF end, but atlas have spotted (possibly unrelated) problems with other transfers - the example was one between Manchester and Liverpool. Atlas also observed that the error rate seemed to be very different for each space token. In progress (26/10)