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==ECE Information Technology Services==
 
 
Please select one of the HOWTO collections:
 
 
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<dt>[[HOWTOs For Users]]
 
<dd>HOWTOs for all users of ECE computing infrastructure
 
<dt>[[HOWTOs For Researchers]]
 
<dd>HOWTOs for the ECE research community
 
<dt>[[HOWTOs For Instructors]]
 
<dd>HOWTOs for the ECE teaching community
 
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==Announcements==
 
==Announcements==
 
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<dt>[[Kaiser power outage (February 20, 2021)]]
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<dd>There is a power outage planned for the Kaiser building on Saturday, February 20, from 10 am to 2 pm. This outage is necessary as part of the MacLeod construction project.
  
<dt>[[ECE Storage Migration (Aug 15 and Aug 22, 2015)]]
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<dt>[[File and mail migration (2020)]]
<dd>ECE IT will be performing a series of data migrations this August to move data from the Klinck Data Centre to the new University Data Centre. Various ECE services may be unavailable during each of the two outage windows.  Users are requested to logout from all sessions before each outage.  Workstations may need to be rebooted afterwards.
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<dd>In October and November 2020, ECE IT will be performing migrations of two major systems that will affect ECE users.  A file migration involves some disruption during each user's cutover periodThe ECE e-mail migration will happen seamlessly and with negligible disruption for the majority of users.
 
 
<dt>[[Change to access to IEEExplore from off-campus]]
 
<dd>Please be aware that the Library no longer provides access to IEEExplore through myVPN. Off-campus users should now use EZproxy instead:
 
 
 
https://login.ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/login?qurl=http%3a%2f%2fwww.library.ubc.ca
 
 
 
http://ezproxy.library.ubc.ca/login?url=http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/DynWel.jsp
 
 
 
Please note that access through EZproxy is available only to current UBC students, staff, and faculty.
 
 
 
<dt>[[SSH server upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04]]
 
<dd>The ssh-linux servers are scheduled to be replacedMost users should not experience any disruption.  You can help test the new server and report any problems.
 
 
 
<dt>[[Network Switch Upgrades (July 2-3, 2015)]]
 
<dd>In order to upgrade two network switches, there will be a network disruption on Thursday July 2 and Friday July 3, between 5:30am and 7:30 am on each dayMany ECE websites will be unavailable, and network connectivity in the ECE and wireless networks will likely be interrupted.
 
<dt>[[ECE Network Storage Outage- Resolved (June 1, 2015)]]
 
<dd>The ECE network storage system housing home directories and group data experienced an outage starting late last night. Network storage connectivity has been restored. End-points using NFS to mount network storage should reboot their systems to ensure stable access to storage. Please click above for more information.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:41, 19 February 2021

ECE Information Technology Services

Please select one of the HOWTO collections:

HOWTOs For Users
HOWTOs for all users of ECE computing infrastructure
HOWTOs For Researchers
HOWTOs for the ECE research community
HOWTOs For Instructors
HOWTOs for the ECE teaching community

Announcements

Kaiser power outage (February 20, 2021)
There is a power outage planned for the Kaiser building on Saturday, February 20, from 10 am to 2 pm. This outage is necessary as part of the MacLeod construction project.
File and mail migration (2020)
In October and November 2020, ECE IT will be performing migrations of two major systems that will affect ECE users. A file migration involves some disruption during each user's cutover period. The ECE e-mail migration will happen seamlessly and with negligible disruption for the majority of users.