Downtimes: June 24 - July 2nd

We've got another batch of shutdowns coming in late June and early July, so that the machines can be repaired for the newest bug, the ZombieLoad CPU bug.

In general, the Genesis games (Grendel, TEC, TEC-Test) all have reboots scheduled for the absolute middle of the night, so I'll be taking each down the previous evening at midnight and bringing them back up the next morning at 9am.

The SkotOS games have always been more robust about reboots, so we'll let them reboot on their own, though there's some chance for an ~2 hour data loss. In any case, I'll be checking them after the 2-hour window when I can, though Marrach has a middle-of-the-night reboot, so that'll be the next morning.

The UserDB and Web reboots will cause some downtime for the entire site, but again they will hopefully come up cleanly.


- Shutdown Grendel (late Sunday 6/23)

- Startup Grendel (early Monday 6/24)

- Shutdown TEC (late Monday 6/24)

- Startup TEC (early Tuesday 6/25)

- Check TEC Client (9pm Tuesday 6/25)

- Shutdown TEC-Test (late Thursday 6/27)

- Startup TEC-Test (Friday 6/28)


- Marrach (Monday early morning 6/24)

- Ironclaw (Monday 10pm-midnight 6/24)

- Lovecraft, Lazarus (Monday 8pm-10pm 7/2)


- UserDB (Monday 10pm-midnight 6/24)

- Web (Sunday 9pm-11pm 6/30)
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Outer Sculpture Exhibit - 25th day of the first moon at 5 Late

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  • Outer Sculpture Exhibit - 25th day of the first moon at 5 Late

    Written this 4th day of the 1st moon, 20YRA

    On the 25th day of the first moon, with the support of the Collegium, I will be holding an outer sculpture exhibit. This exhibit will feature not only snow sculptures, like I had done in the past, but I will also showcase wooden and clay sculptures that I have created.

    Starting at five late, I will have the exhibit set up in the
    lecture hall. Food and drinks will be served.. You will be free to look around at the sculptures and socialize with others.

    Around six late, we will create small sculptures with snow. If you do not know how to sculpt with snow, I will happily teach you. After these sculptures have been created, we will not only share stories about our sculptures, but each sculpture that is created can be placed within the exhibit. Together, we will celebrate our amazing sculpture exhibit with a poetry reading. Everyone is free to bring their favorite (appropriate) poem to share.

    I look forward to not only showing you the sculptures that I have created, but I also look forward to seeing everyone work together to create an even more amazing sculpture exhibit.

    Let's make this an experience to remember!

    Student in the College of Humanities
    Last edited by Taite; 01-24-2019, 02:59 AM.

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