There are no current issues.
A ESX host experienced an out of memory fault and rebooted. This reboot caused the vSphere environment to restart the following systems on other servers in the cluster: musysapps02 murecdb-prod muidora mudna-sc muweb-ux01 mucmx muise-psn01
Affected Applications: ESX, ISE, Web, ID Office
An ESX server in the PH cluster suffered a hardware fault. As a result, the VMs it was hosting were failed over to the surviving member of the cluster. The services these VMs were providing were momentarily interrupted during the fail over. As a precaution ITI Systems is moving the mission critical VMs off of that cluster and into the DL cluster while the hardware fault is investigated and resolved.
Affected Applications: vSphere, ADFS, MUINFO8x, NTP, DHCP Failover
ITI Systems has been notified that an ESX host located in the PH datacenter had failed. We are investigating. VMs located in the PH Cluster were failed over to the surviving host. Services were not disrupted.
Affected Applications: vSphere
During routing certificate replacement, vCenter became unavailable. We are working with the vendor to resolve the issue. Virtual Machines are NOT affected.
Affected Applications: vCenter
ITI Systems received notification of a failure of one of the ESX hosts supporting the virtual environment for Marshall University. We are investigating
Affected Applications: Servers that were hosted on the failed node are being rebooted on surviving cluster members.