The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries switched Internet Service Providers which meant that many services were unavailable earlier in the week. The switch has been completed and all Alliance services are now accessible. A few intermittent problems with a couple of Prospector libraries are being resolved.
If you experience any problems with access to any Alliance services including Prospector, Gold Rush, ArchivesSpace, Collaborative Librarianship (journal), The Charleston Advisor (journal) or our listservs please let us know at email@example.com
The Prospector system has been down since noon on March 31st due to a change of Internet Service Providers. The system is now getting back online and users will begin to be able to search. However, ordering materials is still not fully restored for all libraries and may take longer to get fully functional. In addition, only the Classic search interface is functional but the newer interface should be back online in the near future.
The Gold Rush system is also now operational and libraries should be able to access it sometime in the next few hours as the new Internet address propogates over the network.
We are in the process of transitioning to a new Internet Provider. The network is still down, which means all Alliance hosted services are still unavailable.
We apologize for the inconvenience. All services should be restored later today, April 1 2015.
The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries is changing its Internet Service Provide (ISP) on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. During that day the majority of Alliance services will not be available. The systems that will not be accessible include:
Not affected by this ISP change are Alliance services which are cloud hosted which include the Alliance Digital Repository (Fedora/Islandora) and the Alliance home page (where you are now!)