The WolfWise Implementation Team delayed the Oracle migration to the new WolfWise system last weekend due to data corruption.
The data corruption affected data related to user accounts, but not the data contained in those accounts. So while the user’s data was good, the account itself was unusable, causing the migration problems. This corruption appears to have occurred prior to the migration.
As a result, WolfWise migration activities were reversed. All users who were rolled back can continue to use Oracle and Cyrus until the next migration occurs, which is tentatively scheduled for Friday, June 12.
As part of a second migration, new Oracle data will be gathered. This data snapshot will occur at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10.
OIT is currently reviewing the migration process to ensure data integrity and the success of the migration as a whole. A discussion will be held from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on June 11 in Room 1021, Engineering Building II on the root cause analysis of the June 5-7 WolfWise migration and to devise a plan to reschedule the migration. To register, visit Classmate.
Users and support staff are encouraged to visit SysNews, the primary source of up-to-date information, for this second migration.