Planned outage for eRSA Storage Volumes – 6 July 2017

Planned outage for eRSA Storage Volumes – 6 July 2017
June 9, 2017 Lauren Attana

We will be performing maintenance on our Compellent Storage Server on Thursday, July 6 2017 between 10am and 2pm.

As a result user home directories and the following storage volumes will be unavailable at times during the outage:

  • andsgdc-7
  • comsc-martelli-101
  • emu-torque_ha
  • ersa-cml-maths
  • ersa-cml-mbs
  • ersa-cml-physics
  • ersa-fusa-med-fcicembl-80
  • ersa-sahmri-genomics-dggs-01
  • ersa-uofa-ag-plantdb-ftp
  • ersa-uofa-ag-plantdb-tape_backup_migration
  • ersa-uofa-ag-tpa_backup-0006
  • ersa-uofa-drmcrl-128
  • ersa-uofa-mech-medwell-111_cfmech
  • ersa-uofa-mobio-womchild-13
  • ersa-uofa-robinson-ctroberts-10
  • genomicsdb
  • hpchome
  • hpcoptshared
  • sacgf-7
  • sahmrimindandbrain-91
  • seg-103
  • tizarddeploy

We will do our best to complete this operation as fast as possible to keep the disruption minimal.

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    David BlockowData to Decisions CRC
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    Professor Andrea GersonMinerals and Materials Science & Technology
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    Associate Professor Con DoolanSchool of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide
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    Associate Professor Michael LeeSouth Australian Museum

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