Snapshots are “point-in-time” versions of data stored on the share. Snapshots enable access and restoration of old versions of files. This is useful in the event of accidental deletion of a file or for reverting to an older copy of a set of files. Snapshots are the only way a file may be...Read more
AT&T is phasing out use of its corporate calling cards, and Cornell University is no longer issuing new corporate calling cards for faculty, as mentioned previously. The phase-out began May 1, 2015.
For current corporate calling card holders, effective May 1, 2015. AT&T will no...Read more
Current Cornell faculty, students, and staff have free, unlimited access to Lynda.com's online library of high-quality videos on the latest software tools and skills. 2,500 high quality, detailed online training courses for people at all experience levels are available....Read more
In order to receive reboot notification email messages for your Unix and/or Windows servers, you need to be listed as an Area Manager, Technical Contact or Watcher for each server.
To verify you are listed as a contact, complete the following steps.Log into the SFInfo web site:...Read more
CIT uses Opsview to monitor all servers and attached services. The following conditions are monitored by default:It's possible to request additional monitoring, for example, web traffic for a web server. Disk space Server down Networking CPU utilization Paging file utilization Physical...Read more
Important : If there is an issue with your server or services on it, On-Call contact information is essential. The IT Service Desk can't contact you without this.
If you need assistance with contact information for on-call lists, send email to...Read more
Three connected systems are part of the monitoring and on-call contact process:NOCDOCS : Stores the on-call lists and actual contact information (phone numbers, etc.) for the individuals on those lists. This is where you enter and keep your on-call contact information up...Read more