ITS Services Status
Current Service Interruptions
- RESOLVED: Wikis Down
Wikis is back online and Admins are continuing to monitor the service’s status.
Wikis is experiencing another outage. Wiki Admins are investigating.
The process that brought down Wikis has been identified and dealt with. The service is now responding normally.
University Wiki Service is down. We are working on a solution to get it back online as soon as possible.
- RESOLVED: Non CAT-I MySQL problem
The affected non cat-1 MySQL service has been restored. The ITS alerts page was transferred to the emergency page due to the MySQL issues. It was delayed in its return to service due to issues with Expression Engine that ITS Apps has resolved & came back up around 1:00 PM.
UT Lists back in service.
12:34 PM Resolved
Non-cat1 mysql service has been restored.
Systems staff continue to monitor but we believe the issue is resolved.
Currently there are issues with the virtual server environment (UT-V) and MySQL. ITS Systems staff are investigating both but at this time they appear to be unrelated.
The UT Lists mailing list service is currently unavailable due to the already reported non Cat 1 MySQL database access issues.
Non CAT-I MySQL is currently having issues with accepting user connections. ITS staff is currently investigating.
We have been receiving calls about multiple University websites being down including the ITS Public Pages, the registrar’s website, and bealonghorn. We are investigating a possible large-scale disruption of database services. Here is the error message we the websites are showing:
Warning: mysql_connect() [function.mysql-connect]: Too many connections in/export/httpd/data/its/events/includes/mysql_connect_calendar.phpon line 19
We’re sorry—an error occurred and a connection to the database could not be established.
Several sites across campus are similarly affected. The common thread appears to be MySQL.
There is an issue with non-Cat1 MySQL. It has taken down the entire ITS website:
and other sites.
Currently there are issues with the virtual server environment. ITS Systems is investigating.
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