ECRT weekly production encountered a problem on Sat, Aug 9 2014 and had to be cancelled. The application was taken offline so the database could be restored and production restarted. After the ECRT database was restored on Sunday, weekly production was restarted but it immediately failed because of a UC4 problem. After restarting the UC4 process, ECRT weekly dataload ended successfully today at 5 A.M. and was made available to the users. Users were not affected by this outage.
UPDATE: This issue was resolved on MON 18AUG by 12 noon.
CUIT has received reports
of users unable to establish wireless connections while in high density areas on
upper campus. CUIT administrators have
been notified and are currently working to resolve the issue.
(Approximate) 08/09/2014 - 10:16am to 08/11/2014 - 01:18pm
UPDATE: As of 1:18 pm, we have confirmed that a sendmail restart has resolved all remaining issues with mail clients recoginizing the renewed certificate.
Starting Saturday August 9, attempts to send mail via authenticated smtp using send.columbia.edu encountered an expired certificate error. Some but not all mail clients allowed for clicking through the error in order to send mail. System engineers are installing a new certificate to resolve this.