Category Archives: System Alerts

CONSULS Server Migration on 8/29

The CONSULS system will be offline for an extended period of time on Wed. 8/29. The following services will be affected: Library catalog, Course reserves, and remote access to e-journals and research databases. We apologize for the poor timing and hope to have service restored by early evening. We will be migrating the server to a hosted environment with the vend0r (Innovative Interfaces), which we believe will offer improved system stability and support to our students and faculty. Thanks for your patience and understanding!

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CONSULS is Down 4/28

The CONSULS System is currently down. The problem may be related to network issues at the CSU System Office. The CONSULS catalog, digital course reserves and off-campus database access are currently unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to have a resolution soon.

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Notice of Off-Campus Service Interruption, Friday (8/21)

This Friday, August 21st, we will be changing the address of our proxy server in order to implement SSL on CONSULS. This change will enable the secure authentication of our library users as well as extend remote access to vendor sites that use SSL.

The work is scheduled to begin at 8AM and should not take more than a few hours to complete. There will be intermittent interruptions in off-campus access to databases and e-journals while the updates to the CONSULS catalog and library website are being completed

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Scheduled Downtime for CONSULS

On Tuesday, May 26th the CONSULS System will be down for approximately two hours while Innovative Interfaces upgrades our data storage schema to Unicode. Downtime will be from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. During that time the CONSULS catalog, digital course reserves and off-campus database access will be unavailable.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Off-campus Access Problems – JSTOR and ScienceDirect

Sorry guys… we’re currently experiencing remote access problems with JSTOR and ScienceDirect. The issue resides with the viewing/printing of PDF articles. We have isolated the cause and are working on a solution. If you need an article sent via e-mail, please contact the Reference Dept. (832-2084) or Ask-A-Librarian.  Thanks for your patience!

UPDATE: CRISIS AVERTED! The problem has been fixed. – Debbie Herman

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