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OHF Bridge & ibmod235 server [message #26572] Thu, 18 January 2007 19:44 Go to next message
Matthew Davis
Messages: 269
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Everyone,

Yesterday something happened to the IBM-controlled
ibmod235.dal-ebis.ihost.com server (aka "Dallas") and it is currently
not available. This server has been both the public staging platform
for the OHF Bridge components as well as the main public RHIO (XDS and
PIX/PDQ) that most have been testing with. As of now, there is no
guarantee this server will return – a major complication. We will be
working to move the OHF Bridge web service components to another server
hosted internally and hopefully those components will return in a week
or two. Another problem is that IBM currently does not have another
public PIX/PDQ system available. They will be working to move their
PIX/PDQ system tested at IHE Connectathon 2007 to the lswin10 server.
This server will likely become our primary testing RHIO, as it will have
IHE 2006 PIX and XDS implementations.

In the short term, people preparing and testing for HIMSS and
Connectathon Europe will have a couple options:
1. There is a good possibility that the ibmod235 server will return
temporarily. At that point, we will bring our OHF Bridge components
back online and you will be able to test there pending the move of those
components to a new permanent home.
2. For Connectathon Europe and HIMSS, you will need to run the OHF
Bridge locally. Those who recently finished Connectathon North America
will have the near "gold" version of the OHF IHE actors and OHF bridge
that we will likely use for HIMSS (barring critical problems). Just
continue to use those locally and wait for news on which PIX server to
use. You will be notified if any bug fixes are issued.
- The problem for (2) is that we have been distributing the OHF Bridge
ready-to-run binaries and configuration via the ibmod235 server. For
now, please contact us directly for those files. Shortly we will
announce a formal release within the OHF project and the plug-ins will
become directly downloadable. We are also working to refine a build
process for the OHF Bridge, so you can build the binaries yourself :)

We will send updates in regards to this issue as we find out more. In
the interim, hopefully ibmod235 returns.

Thanks,
-Matt
Re: OHF Bridge & ibmod235 server [message #27994 is a reply to message #26572] Tue, 06 February 2007 12:46 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 292
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Greetings all,
As far as we know, the IBM Testing environment at Dallas is back up and
running. Information about these IHE compliant test servers can be found
here:

http://lswin10.dfw.ibm.com:9080/IBMIHII/serverInfoIHE_Connec tathonHIMSS2007.htm
- Sarah



Matthew Davis wrote:
> Everyone,
>
> Yesterday something happened to the IBM-controlled
> ibmod235.dal-ebis.ihost.com server (aka "Dallas") and it is currently
> not available. This server has been both the public staging platform
> for the OHF Bridge components as well as the main public RHIO (XDS and
> PIX/PDQ) that most have been testing with. As of now, there is no
> guarantee this server will return – a major complication. We will be
> working to move the OHF Bridge web service components to another server
> hosted internally and hopefully those components will return in a week
> or two. Another problem is that IBM currently does not have another
> public PIX/PDQ system available. They will be working to move their
> PIX/PDQ system tested at IHE Connectathon 2007 to the lswin10 server.
> This server will likely become our primary testing RHIO, as it will have
> IHE 2006 PIX and XDS implementations.
>
> In the short term, people preparing and testing for HIMSS and
> Connectathon Europe will have a couple options:
> 1. There is a good possibility that the ibmod235 server will return
> temporarily. At that point, we will bring our OHF Bridge components
> back online and you will be able to test there pending the move of those
> components to a new permanent home.
> 2. For Connectathon Europe and HIMSS, you will need to run the OHF
> Bridge locally. Those who recently finished Connectathon North America
> will have the near "gold" version of the OHF IHE actors and OHF bridge
> that we will likely use for HIMSS (barring critical problems). Just
> continue to use those locally and wait for news on which PIX server to
> use. You will be notified if any bug fixes are issued.
> - The problem for (2) is that we have been distributing the OHF Bridge
> ready-to-run binaries and configuration via the ibmod235 server. For
> now, please contact us directly for those files. Shortly we will
> announce a formal release within the OHF project and the plug-ins will
> become directly downloadable. We are also working to refine a build
> process for the OHF Bridge, so you can build the binaries yourself :)
>
> We will send updates in regards to this issue as we find out more. In
> the interim, hopefully ibmod235 returns.
>
> Thanks,
> -Matt
Re: OHF Bridge & ibmod235 server [message #577799 is a reply to message #26572] Tue, 06 February 2007 12:46 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 292
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Greetings all,
As far as we know, the IBM Testing environment at Dallas is back up and
running. Information about these IHE compliant test servers can be found
here:

http://lswin10.dfw.ibm.com:9080/IBMIHII/serverInfoIHE_Connec tathonHIMSS2007.htm
- Sarah



Matthew Davis wrote:
> Everyone,
>
> Yesterday something happened to the IBM-controlled
> ibmod235.dal-ebis.ihost.com server (aka "Dallas") and it is currently
> not available. This server has been both the public staging platform
> for the OHF Bridge components as well as the main public RHIO (XDS and
> PIX/PDQ) that most have been testing with. As of now, there is no
> guarantee this server will return – a major complication. We will be
> working to move the OHF Bridge web service components to another server
> hosted internally and hopefully those components will return in a week
> or two. Another problem is that IBM currently does not have another
> public PIX/PDQ system available. They will be working to move their
> PIX/PDQ system tested at IHE Connectathon 2007 to the lswin10 server.
> This server will likely become our primary testing RHIO, as it will have
> IHE 2006 PIX and XDS implementations.
>
> In the short term, people preparing and testing for HIMSS and
> Connectathon Europe will have a couple options:
> 1. There is a good possibility that the ibmod235 server will return
> temporarily. At that point, we will bring our OHF Bridge components
> back online and you will be able to test there pending the move of those
> components to a new permanent home.
> 2. For Connectathon Europe and HIMSS, you will need to run the OHF
> Bridge locally. Those who recently finished Connectathon North America
> will have the near "gold" version of the OHF IHE actors and OHF bridge
> that we will likely use for HIMSS (barring critical problems). Just
> continue to use those locally and wait for news on which PIX server to
> use. You will be notified if any bug fixes are issued.
> - The problem for (2) is that we have been distributing the OHF Bridge
> ready-to-run binaries and configuration via the ibmod235 server. For
> now, please contact us directly for those files. Shortly we will
> announce a formal release within the OHF project and the plug-ins will
> become directly downloadable. We are also working to refine a build
> process for the OHF Bridge, so you can build the binaries yourself :)
>
> We will send updates in regards to this issue as we find out more. In
> the interim, hopefully ibmod235 returns.
>
> Thanks,
> -Matt
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