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Upcoming Scheduled Maintenance

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Recurring Scheduled Maintenance

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Third Thursday of every month 06:00

Third Thursday of every month 10:00

Recurring-Monthly

Monthly lsst-dev maintenance

NCSA
  • Routine system updates.
Variable. Do not expect any lsst-dev system to be available during this period.

SCHEDULED

Every Mon. 04:00


Recurring- Weekly
Purge of GPFS /scratch partition

NCSA

Per LSST data management policies, files older than 180 days will be purged from the LSST shared (GPFS) /scratch file system.

Purge logs can be found in /lsst/admin/purge_logs/scratch/

No outage or service disruption.

SCHEDULED

Every Tu. 08:00

Every Tu. 10:00

Recurring- Weekly

Weekly Nebula Maintenance

NCSARoutine system updates. Computational services continue to run.Horizon and API interfaces.

SCHEDULED


Previous Outages & Events

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17-Jan-2019 6:00am

17-Jan-2019 10:00amMonthly maintenanceNCSA
  • power rebalancing in one rack
  • switch maintenance in select racks
  • critical security patching
  • server firmware upgrades

ALL LSST systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC, verification, and Kubernetes clusters, and tus-ats01)

RESOLVEDSystems are back online and should be functioning with the following exceptions:

  • lsp services in Kubernetes are not fully functional (this is carryover from before the PM; see discussion on Slack, dm-lsp-users and possibly other channels)
  • lsst-l1-cl-dmcs will not boot after firmware updates

Please open tickets if you notice other issues.

18-Dec-2018

9:46am

18-Dec-2018

11:00am

Host reboots due to power fluctuation

LDF (NCSA)

A power event caused some hosts to reboot:

  • lspdev kubernetes cluster (12 nodes including master node did not come back on their own and were manually brought online around 11:00am)
  • some L1 nodes rebooted as well
lspdev was unavailable from ~09:40 until ~11:00am

RESOLVED

Systems are back online and should be functioning, but please open tickets if there are lingering issues.

5-Dec-2018

7:00am

5-Dec-2018

8:30am

PDAC and lspdev k8s mergeNCSAThe PDAC k8s environment was merged into the lspdev k8s cluster. Services will continue to be isolated through Kubernetes namespaces, labels, taints, etc.Services running in PDAC Kubernetes

COMPLETE

29-Nov-2018

6:00am

29-Nov-2018 12:00 noonMonthly maintenanceNCSA
  • Puppet code changes
  • disable CPU hyperthreading (requires reboot!!!)
  • OS/Yum updates
  • code upgrades on select service & management switches NPCF
  • pfSense updates
ALL LSST systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC, verification, and Kubernetes clusters, and tus-ats01)

COMPLETE

13-Nov-2018

5:30 PST

13-Nov-2018

6:30 PST

lspdev cluster rebootNCSA
  • Reseating Kubernetes nodes in their chassis slots to resolve errors caused by power event over the weekend.
lspdev/Kubernetes cluster

RESOLVED

10-Nov-2018 ~02:4010-Nov-2018 ~02:45Host reboots due to power fluctuationLDF (NCSA)

A power event caused some hosts to reboot:

  • lspdev kubernetes cluster (3 nodes including master node did not come back on their own and were manually brought online around 07:30)
  • some L1 nodes rebooted as well

lspdev was unavailable from ~02:40 until ~07:30

RESOLVED

Systems are back online and should be functioning, but please open tickets if there are lingering issues.

11/6/2018 5am (PT)

11/6/2018 1pm (PT)


Power maintenanceLDF (NCSA)

Some power distribution panels are being worked on, but should NOT cause any LSST environment disruptions.

None

COMPLETE

01-Nov-2018 10:0001-Nov-2018 10:05Critical security patchingNCSAAddressed vulnerability CVE-2018-14665 on the 3 lsst-dev hosts.No interruption of service.

RESOLVED

18-Oct-2018 06:0018-Oct-2018 10:00Monthly maintenanceNCSA

Activities are minimal this month and are expected to cause little impact:

  • firmware update and reboot on monitor01 (monitoring collector)
  • OS & Kernel updates on tus-ats01.lsst.ncsa.edu
  • Puppet code changes
  • monitor01/InfluxDB (and likely the front-end Grafana monitoring, e.g., monitor-ncsa.lsst.org) will be unavailable for a short period of time
  • tus-ats01 will be unavailable for OS & Kernel updates
  • the Puppet changes are intended to be functional "no-ops" and should cause no outage, although we scheduled these changes during our monthly PM window in case something unexpected occurs

COMPLETE

15-Oct-2018 05:3515-Oct-2018 07:15Power event -> host outage at one datacenterNCSA

A power blip caused all physical hosts at the NCSA building to power off or reboot.

  • None of the LSST physical hosts at the NPCF building were affected.

affected: all physical LSST hosts (and VMs) at the NCSA building:

  • incl. lsst-dev*, lsst-xfer, lsst-l1*, lsst-daq, lsst-dev-db
  • most physical hosts rebooted themselves after the event, although a few L1 systems had to be manually powered on
  • most VMs had to be manually started after the event
  • update: also includes Nebula, which is still impcated

unaffected: all physical LSST hosts (and VMs) at the NPCF building:

  • incl. lsst-qserv*, lsst-verify-worker*, lsst-sui*, lsst-kub*, GPFS

RESOLVED

  • note: Nebula is still impacted by the outage
04-Oct-2018 06:0004-Oct-2018 07:15Critical security patchingNCSA

An incorrect date (Oct 1) was initially posted for this maintenance. The correct date is Thu, Oct 4.

ALL lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC, verification, and Kubernetes clusters)

The following systems will remain online and unaffected:

  • tus-ats01

RESOLVED

  • sui-tomcat02 is getting rebooted once more to resolve an issue with NFS mounts but we expect it to be resolved easily
20-Sep-2018 06:0022-Sep-2018 14:50Qserv Master outageNCSA

qserv-master01 is having trouble booting after a motherboard replacement during planned maintenance.

Qserv in general, specifically qserv-master

RESOLVED

20-Sep-2018 06:00
20-Sep-2018 12:40
LSPdev KubernetesNCSA
  1. LSPdev is having a gateway error

LSPdev

RESOLVED

20-Sep-2018 06:0020-Sep-2018 12:00Monthly maintenanceNCSA
  1. Network switch firmware updates/reboots
  2. Lenovo firmware updates/reboots
  3. OS package updates/reboots
  4. ESXi hypervisor updates/reboots
  5. GPFS client changes and upgrade to 4.2.3-10

  6. GPFS server upgrade to 4.2.3-10

All systems will be unavailable during this period.

RESOLVED

qserv-master01 and LSPdev are still having issues. These will be tracked as a separate incidents.

09-Aug-2018 09:0009-Aug-2018 09:37lsst-dev01 OutageNCSAThe lsst-dev01 server was unreachable for >60sec from the GPFS cluster and got expelled from the GPFS cluster. Open file handles and/or bind mounts from GPFS prevented lsst-dev01 from reconnecting to GPFS until it was rebooted. We suspect that a big job on the Slurm cluster may have contributed to some network congestion that triggered this.lsst-dev01

RESOLVED

03-Aug-2018 10:0003-Aug-2018 13:30NCSA VPN was not working for some users.NCSAA configuration issue caused some VPN users connection problems to some NCSA resources.NCSA VPNRESOLVED


29-Jul-201803-Aug-2018 05:45Bulk Transfer Server RebuildNCSAThe Globus endpoint on lsst-xfer stopped working on July 29 after a certificate from the outdated GridFTP service expired. lsst-xfer was rebuilt and upgraded with CentOS 7.5, Globus Connect Server (v4), bbcp (17.12), and iRODS client (4.2.3). Globus bookmarks to the lsst#lsst-xfer endpoint may need to be updated to point to the rebuilt endpoint.Globus on lsst-xfer

RESOLVED

27-Jul-201827-Jul-2018NCSA VPN MigrationNCSA

NCSA will be migrating to a new VPN with multi-factor authentication. The new VPN is currently available, and users are encouraged to start using the new VPN before the cutoff date in order to ensure continued connectivity. All users must be registered with NCSA's Duo before they can use the new VPN. Links to the how-to article as well as the new VPN and Duo login are included below.

No interruption of service is expected.

COMPLETE

19-Jul-2018 10:0019-Jul-2018 10:30

DB services on lsst-dev-db are unavailable along with dependent services, including:

  • lspdev
NCSA

MariaDB service did not start on lsst-dev-db after maintenance. There is a newer setting in MariaDB that didn't like the current mount point.

DB services on lsst-dev-db

Services that depend on lsst-dev-db, including:

  • lspdev

RESOLVED

19-Jul-2018 06:0019-Jul-2018 10:00Monthly lsst-dev maintenanceNCSA
  1. Dell firmware updates/reboots
  2. OS package updates/reboots
    1. including upgrades to CentOS 7.5
  3. GPFS client changes and upgrade to 4.2.3-9

  4. GPFS server upgrade to 4.2.3-9

ALL lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC, verification, and Kubernetes clusters)

The following systems will remain online and unaffected:

  • lsst-daq
  • lsst-l1-*
  • tus-ats01

COMPLETE

DB services on lsst-dev-db will not start after maintenance, impacting dependent services such as lspdev. This will be tracked in a separate status event.

27-Jun-2018 07:0027-Jun-2018 11:00lspdev outageNCSAThe Kubernetes head node unexpectedly rebooted at approximately 7:00 AM, causing a JupyterHub outage. Service was brought back online around 11:00 AM.lsst-kub0[01-20]

COMPLETE

27-Jun-2018 06:1027-Jun-2018 06:30Monitoring UpdateNCSAFirst phase of enabling encryption on monitoring trafficMonitoring Dashboards


21-Jun-2018 06:0021-Jun-2018 07:35Monthly lsst-dev maintenanceNCSA
  1. pfSense firewall update
  2. OS package updates/reboots for CentOS 6.9 servers (lsst-web, lsst-xfer, lsst-nagios)
  3. Slurm update (lsst-dev01, lsst-verify-worker*)
  4. Update host firewalls on GPFS servers
  5. iDRAC configuration updates on lsst-dev01 and ESXi hosts

CentOS 6.9 servers:

  • lsst-web
  • lsst-xfer
  • lsst-nagios

Slurm/verification cluster

Other impact is not expected but unexpected issues could lead to connectivity issues for other hosts or downtime for lsst-dev01 or hosted VMs

COMPLETE

18-Jun-2018 11:0019-Jun-2018 17:00Nebula outageNCSANebula is undergoing a complete reboot. Last week's storms damaged more than just one node initially thought to be affected.Nebula will be unavailable until 15:00 (5pm CDT)

RESOLVED

19-Jun-2018 06:00

19-Jun-2018 10:00

Level One Test Stand MaintenanceNCSA
  1. BIOS firmware updates
  2. Puppet and firewall changes (including support of SAL unicast/multicast traffic)
  3. OS package updates (staying with CentOS 7.4)

Level One Test Stand, including:

  • lsst-daq
  • lsst-l1-*

RESOLVED

12-Jun-2018 ~01:40 PDT12-Jun-2018 07:01 PDTStorm → outage of Kubernetes Commons & 75% of verification cluster compute nodesNCSAA storm caused a power event at the NPCF datacenter taking down Kubernetes commons and lspdev as well as 75% of the verification cluster compute nodes.
  • Kubernetes Commons / lsst-lspdev / kub*
  • 75% of verify-worker* / Slurm nodes

RESOLVED

17-May-2018 11:3017-May-2018 12:25Grafana monitoring was offlineNCSAThe influxdb data used by grafana monitoring was offline while it's storage was rebuilthttps://monitor-ncsa.lsst.org/ monitoring data was offline

RESOLVED

17-May-2018 06:00

17-May-2018 11:30

Monthly lsst-dev maintenanceNCSA
  1. GPFS maintenance

    • Replace floor tile

    • GPFS service upgrade to 4.2.3-8

    • Rebuild of /lsst/backups structure

  2. PDAC Firewall maintenance for new vLANs

  3. BIOS Firmware updates (lsst-bastion01, lsst-sui*, lsst-qserv*, LevelOne Test Stand, lsst-dev-db)

  4. Node changes with reboots (all nodes)

    • switch to rsyslog v8 yum repository & upgrade rsyslog (bastion01 & kub, qserv, sui, verification clusters)

    • puppet-stdlib module update (lsst-dev01, lsst-dev-db, lsst-web, lsst-xfer, LevelOne Test Stand)

    • GPFS client upgrade (4.2.3-8) and nosuid mount option changes (lsst-dev01, lsst-qserv*, lsst-web, lsst-xfer, verification cluster)
    • NFS nosuid mount option changes of GPFS (lsst-demo01 and kub & verification clusters)
    • enable PXE boot on new network interfaces (lsst-kub* & lsst-backup01)
    • OS Updates (all nodes)

ALL lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC, verification, and Kubernetes clusters)

The following systems will remain online and unaffected:

  • lsst-daq
  • lsst-l1-*
  • tus-ats01

RESOLVED


30-Apr-2018 18:3714-May-2018 15:00Security & AA infrastructure offlineLa Serena

The Security & AA infrastructure went offline around 18:37 Project Time. None of the infrastructure is accessible via the network.

A UPS had to be replaced and an electrical circuit upgraded for the replacement UPS.

None.

RESOLVED

11-Apr-2018 06:00

07-May-2018 10:30

production-size run (HSC-PDR1) on the verification clusterNCSA

Per IHS-749, ~15 nodes of the batch compute resources will be reserved in order to complete HSC-PDR1 data runs. It is expected that the reservation can be scaled back to <10 after the first couple of weeks.

All systems available.

COMPLETE

25-Apr-2018 11:3025-Apr-2018 12:40Test new puppet changes for sssd and ldap access on SUI* nodes.NCSAA minor change to sssd service configuration needs to be rolled out to all nodes. The change will require a momentary outage of the sssd service and some actions will take longer (for a short period of time) as cache is repopulated. Changes in puppet structure (affecting ldap group sync) are also in need of testing and can happen simultaneously.

Affected services:

  • Firefly proxy and tomcat services
    • Some actions may appear slow while cache re-populates

COMPLETE

04/24/2018 07:1004/24/2018 07:50increased LDAP timeout to 60 seconds in sssd.confNCSA

increased LDAP timeout to 60 seconds in sssd.conf to fix problems with long login times and failure to start batch jobs

we will coordinate in the near future to apply the same change on qserv* & sui*

Affected nodes: kub*, verify-worker*

RESOLVED

All nodes are back in service, although affected nodes may have slow LDAP response times for a short while (due to local cache needing rebuilt).

19 Apr 201819 Apr 2018Monthly lsst-dev maintenanceNCSACANCELLED. No major work is needed and key personnel are travelling. Deployment of the new DTN and VM infrastructure will be delayed until after the May maintenance period.N/A

CANCELLED

4/11 at 07:004/11 at 08:00Firewall update at NCSANCSAPer LSST-1257, the primary firewall needs to have its routing software updated.  No failover is required and traffic will continue to flow through the primary firewall during the upgrade.No outage or service disruption.

RESOLVED

4/3/2018 16:404/3/2018 16:45LDAP problemsNCSACausing new logins to the LSST resources at NCSA to hang.new logins can't take place right now.fixed.
3/26/2018
08:00

4/2/2018

9:00

A fileserver on Nebula became unstable, resulting in diminished
performance for some instances and volumes.
NCSAAny instances or volumes hosted on the
healing filesystem will be impacted, or approximately
20% of instances and volumes.


We are migrating instances around to
speed up the process.

3/15/2018 10:20 am PT3/15/2018 14:20 am PTLingering issues on select nodes following March PMNCSA

Select nodes had issues coming out of the PM.

  • lsst7 - issue w/ sshd

RESOLVED

3/15/2018 10:20 am PT3/15/2018 11:23am PTLingering issues on select nodes following March PMNCSA

Select nodes had issues coming out of the PM.

  • lsst-qserv-master01 - cannot mount local /qserv volume
  • lsst-xfer - issue w/ sshd
  • lsst-dts - issue w/ sshd
  • lsst-l1-cl-dmcs - unknown issue

RESOLVED

3/15/2018 6:00 am PT3/15/2018 10:20 am PTMarch lsst-dev maintenance (regular schedule)NCSA
  • GPFS server updates and configuration of additional NFS/Samba services
  • Urgent Firmware updates
  • Increase size of /tmp on lsst-dev01
  • Hardware maintenance/memory increases on select servers/VMs
  • Release of refactored Puppet code
  • OS updates
  • Recabling servers in dev server room to new switches
Systems/services that were NOT be available: ALL lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC and the verification and Kubernetes clusters)

COMPLETE

Select nodes (lsst-qserv-master01, lsst7, lsst-xfer, lsst-dts, lsst-l1-cl-dmcs) required additional attention following the PM, as noted in a separate status entry.

3/12/2018 7:00 am PT

3/12/2018 3:00pm PTnebula(Open stack resource) is downNCSANebula is being taken down for patches to be applied across the whole infrastructure.All containers on Nebula are going down.

COMPLETE

07 Mar 2018 13:00

07 Mar 2018 14:10qserv-db12 maintenanceNCSAqserv-db12 had one failed drive in the OS mirror replaced but the other is presenting errors as well so the RAID cannot rebuild. The node was taken down for replacement of the 2nd disk, to rebuild the RAID in the OS volume, and to reinstall the OS.qserv-db12

COMPLETE

 09:02

09:21

lsst-dev01 Out of SpaceNCSAThe main / drive partition ran out of space due to a user's faulty pip build. The faulty files were moved elsewhere for the user to review.
lsst-dev01

COMPLETE

27 Feb 2018 08:40

27 Feb 2018 09:40

Puppet maintenance at NCSANCSA

Enable environment isolation on puppet master

No outage or service disruption is expected.

COMPLETE

 06:00

07:00

Puppet updatesNCSARolled out significant logic and organization of the Puppet resources in NCSA 3003 data center in order to standardize between LSST Puppet environments at NCSA. We had done extensive testing and did not expect any outages or disruption of services.

None

Changes were applied to: lsst-dev01, lsst-dev-db, lsst-web, lsst-xfer, lsst-dts, lsst-demo, L1 test stand, DBB test stand, elastic test stand.

COMPLETE

 12:55

 13:18

lsst-dev-db crashedNCSAThe developer MySQL server lost network and crashed.lsst-dev-db MySQL database

RESTORED

 06:00

 11:00

February lsst-dev maintenance (regular schedule)NCSA
  • Updating GPFS mounts to access new storage appliance
  • Rewire 2 PDUs in dev server room (hosts lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc.)
  • Switch stack configuration changes in dev server room (hosts lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc.)
  • Routine system updates
  • Firewall maintenance at datacenter (hosts PDAC, verification cluster, etc.)
  • Updates to system monitoring
Systems/services that will NOT be available: all lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC and the verification cluster)

COMPLETE

  • NOTE: GPFS was not remounted on qserv-dax01 until 4:27pm

, 08:00

, 08:30

Slurm reconfigurationNCSA

The slurm scheduler on the verification cluster will be repartitioned from one queue (debug) into two:

debug: 3 nodes, MaxTime=30 min

normal: 45 nodes, MaxTime=INFINITE

No outages

COMPLETE

Wed 1/24/2018 13:35Wed 1/24/2018 14:55Loss of LSST NFS servicesNCSAAll NFS mounts for LSST systems were not workingNFS access on lsst-demo and lsst-SUI were not working

RESTORED

 16:40

 21:00

Firewall outageNCSABoth pfSense firewalls were accidentally powered off.PDAC (Qserv & SUI) and verification clusters were inaccessible, as well as introducing GPFS issues across many services, e.g. lsst-dev01.

RESTORED

 06:00

 08:00

January lsst-dev maintenance (regular schedule)NCSA
  • Routine system updates
Systems/services that will NOT be available: all lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC and the verification cluster)

COMPLETE

 06:00

 11:30

Critical patches on lsst-dev systems (incl. kernel updates)NCSA
  • Update kernel and system packages to address a security vulnerability.
Systems/services that will NOT be available: all lsst-dev systems (incl. lsst-dev01, lsst-xfer, etc. as well as PDAC and the verification cluster)

COMPLETE

 09:00

 17:00

NebulaNCSANebula (OpenStack) will be shut down for hardware and software maintenance from January 2nd, 2018 at 9am until January 5th, 2018 at 5pm.All Nebula systems unavailable.COMPLETE


Saturday  

Tuesday  

Support over holiday breakNCSA

2017-12-22 to 2018-1-01 (inclusive) is the University holiday period. Services will be operational. Please report problems via the JIRA IHS queue. The queue will be monitored by NCSA staff and users will be notified via Jira as to if or when their issue can be addressed.


All services will be operational.

COMPLETE

Wednesday  

06:00

Wednesday  

08:00

NFS Server switchNCSANFS services will be moved to a different host

brief outage of NFS services to SUI nodes, lsst-demo, lsst-demo2

COMPLETED

Wednesday  

06:00

Wednesday  

07:00

Firewall drive replacementNCSACurrent pfSense has a bad drive. If it fails, all nodes behind the firewall will be inaccessible. There are redundant firewalls, no service interrupts are expected.None Expected

COMPLETED

Thursday 2017-12-14 04:00

Thursday 2017-12-14, 10:00

19:00

December lsst-dev maintenance

(off-schedule)

NCSA
  • Due to holiday schedules, the December maintenance event is being moved up 1 week, from 2017-12-21 to 2017-12-14
  • Routine system updates
  • Network switch replacement
  • lsst-db server replacement
  • Further details here
Do not expect any lsst-dev system to be available during this period.

COMPLETED


Tuesday 2017-11-28, 10:00TBDRolling reboots of PDAC qserv nodesNCSA
  • In order to address a spontaneous rebooting issue with some qserv nodes, firmware upgrades are being performed.
The occasional qserv node will need to be rebooted. Experience with the first couple will allow NCSA to give more precise information on the order and timing of the reboots.

COMPLETED

2017-11-20 7:002017-11-20 14:00Nebula Openstack cluster

NCSA

Nebula OpenStack cluster will be unavailable for emergency hardware maintenance. A failing RAID controller from one of the storage nodes and a network switch will be replaced.

Not all instances will be impacted. If any running Nebula instances are affected by the outage they will be shut down, then restarted again after we finish maintenance that day.

COMPLETED

Thursday 2017-11-16 06:00

Thursday 2017-11-16 10:00

Extended monthly lsst-dev maintenance

NCSA
  • Routine system updates.
  • Due to the volume of work that needs to be done, this event is being extended by 2 hrs. If systems become available before the end of the maintenance window, we will announce it here.
  • Be aware that this event will include an off-schedule purge of items in /scratch older than 180 days.
Do not expect any lsst-dev system to be available during this period.

COMPLETED

2017-10-31
NFS instabilityNCSANFS becomes intermittently unresponsive.

~STABLE

We are guardedly optimistic that this problem has been resolved. PDAC is now utilizing native GPFS mounts.

2017-10-24 09:50LSSTGPFS outageNCSAAll LSST nodes from NCSA 3003 (e.g., lsst-dev01/lsst-dev7) and NCPF (verify-worker, PDAC) that connect to GPFS (as GPFS or NFS) have lost their connection.GPFS

ONLINE

Storage is working to bring GPFS back online

2017-10-21 17:15

LSSTpublic/protected network switch is down in rack N76 at NPCF


nodes cannot communicate DNS, LDAP, etc. so largely cannot communicate with other nodes, e.g., no communication between affected verify-worker nodes and the Slurm scheduler on lsst-dev01, no communication between affected qserv-db nodes and the rest of qserv

Efffectively, the whole verification cluster

RESTORED

in progress, replacement switch is on order

Workaround in progress. If all goes well, systems should be back online by late afternoon.

2017-10-19 06:00

2017-10-19 14:00qserv-master replacementNCSA

qserve-master will be down so that systems engineering can finish configuring the new server and xfering files. Status updates here: IHS-378 - Getting issue details... STATUS .

qserv-master will be down for this entire period

COMPLETE

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