[Ncep.list.nws-ncep-management] Emergency NCEP Model Production Switch to the Backup Supercomputer
sdm at noaa.gov
Sat Sep 12 13:40:23 UTC 2015
Our metrics show Tide is now a viable backup...the file systems remain
stable on both Tide and Gyre. IBM is still investigating a root cause with
the file system support.
On 12 September 2015 at 04:49, NOAA SDM <sdm at noaa.gov> wrote:
> At 12/0800Z IBM reported that they had stabilized the file system on
> Tide. They are still investigating the root cause of the file system
> issue. We are now syncing over needed files to make Tide a viable backup
> for model production. We will update this email when the file sync is
> complete and Tide is a viable backup.
> On 12 September 2015 at 02:46, NOAA SDM <sdm at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> Around 12/0115Z we started to experience file system issues with our
>> current model production supercomputer (Tide). Continued issues forced us
>> to switch model production to our backup supercomputer (Gyre) around
>> 12/0150Z. Model delays were incurred...including the 00Z NAM which is
>> running 40 minutes late. Currently...production continues to run on Gyre
>> and IBM is actively investigating the file system issue with Tide.
>> Mark Shirey
>> Senior Duty Meteorologist
> Senior Duty Meteorologist
Senior Duty Meteorologist
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