On 7/27/2018 at 12:12PM CDT, the storage subsystem supporting many of
our virtual machine hostings for VMforge and other clusters had a
spanning-tree flap across both the redundant storage switches in our network.
This should not have been possible to happen in our configuration.
This caused some disk instability for a handful of virtual
machines. Most recovered fine, but a couple have not.
We are going through and bringing those remaining few back online as
we find them.
We will also be opening a ticket with our network vendor to see what
happened, and how this could have happened in the current setup that
is setup in a way that it shouldn't have happened.
We'll be monitoring everything as we normally do. If you have any
questions please let us know at [log in to unmask]
Doug McIntyre <[log in to unmask]>
-- ipHouse/Green Cloud Technologies --
Network Engineer/Provisioning/Jack of all Trades