[Ncep.list.nws-ncep-management] Server failure impacting NIDS/CMS applications

NOAA SDM sdm at noaa.gov
Thu Dec 15 23:46:33 UTC 2016


We have found several corrupt tables from the database server crash.  We
are working to restore each database now.

alerts.weather.gov, radar.weather.gov, forecast.weather.gov continue to be
off the Kansas City site.

CMS users continue to be impacted.  All watch warning advisory products are
updating and disseminating properly, but CMS sites are unable to update web
content including any office specific DSS items.

SDM Patrick O'Reilly

On 15 December 2016 at 17:55, NOAA SDM <sdm at noaa.gov> wrote:

> All,
>
> NCO IWSB Kansas City suffered a catastrophic failure of a server which
> hosts 4 virtual machines today.  The team was able to quickly migrate three
> of the four machines to other host servers, however the database server was
> very slow to migrate.
>
> alerts.weather.gov and forecast.weather.gov were moved away from the
> Kansas City location, however there remains an impact to WFO ability to
> update content on their web sites.
>
> The data base server is on line now and data is being replicated to the
> slaves.  This process should take about another 45 minutes.
>
> Additionally, there was an outage to the NWWS Open Interface which has no
> been resolved.
>
>
> SDM Patrick O'Reilly
>
> --
> Senior Duty Meteorologist
> NOAA/NWS/NCEP/NCO/OMB
>



-- 
Senior Duty Meteorologist
NOAA/NWS/NCEP/NCO/OMB
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