- Update Genesis Framework -> 2.5.3
- Updated service to WordPress 4.8.2
- Removed The Events Calendar plugin code from service
- Addressed issue while uploading certain files through media manager
- Updated UT Branding Bar ( now University Brand Bar )
- Mass deactivate The Events Calendar Plugin
- Update Domain Mapping Plugin
Update UBS to WordPress 4.7.5
Installed Multisite Custom CSS to enable “Additional CSS” in theme customization network wide
Hello Blog Owners,
Please note the following changes now in effect.
UBS Email Configuration Updates
UBS now relays email through the proper channels.
Apache Logging Format Configuration Update
UBS will now log access over HTTP(s) in the expected format.
Please do let us know if you should have any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
MySQL Enterprise administrators have successfully updated the UBS’ underlying database servers at 7:01 AM!
UBS stewards will perform routine database maintenance this evening between 5PM – 10PM which may impact service performance. Page load times may increase slightly while this task is being performed.
Dear Blog Owners,
We would like to thank everyone who participated in the acceptance testing in the new QUAL environment. We are on track and preparing for the April 3rd, 2017 maintenance window as originally planned.
As noted on March 1, 2017, UBS will be migrating its current server setup to a new version of the Linux operating system on April 3rd. We will be migrating all customer sites at the same time. What this means is we will be taking the service offline between 7AM and 12PM to ensure we’re capturing all site content and settings and to complete post-migration test cases.
Please feel free to continue testing your content at https://qual.sites.utexas.edu. Do note that any new issues relating to the migration discovered after this point will be noted and put into our work queue for deployment at a later date.
See further updates at https://sites.utexas.edu/. Got questions? Send them on over to email@example.com.
Tonight we will be updating how email is send from the UBS server. This is in response to upgrades that ITS Systems is performing with campus email appliances.
No service interruption is expected, however, if you should for any reason stop receiving any emails from the UBS server where you otherwise expect an email, please do contact the ITS Service Desk with a description of how this email is reproduced and the kind of email that you expect.