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Scheduling IMP/TIP down time.
A.M. McKenzie. March 1974.

 
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Network Working Group Alex McKenzie RFC # 622 BBN-NET NIC # 21995 March 13, 1974 Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time From time to time it is necessary for an IMP or TIP to be taken down other than during its scheduled Preventive Maintenance period. Examples of such cases are retrofit programs and the off-line diagnosis and repair of intermittent problems. In the past we have scheduled these downs with our "primary site contact" at the affected site; in our view this individual was responsible for representing all of the hosts (and TIP users) connected to that IMP/TIP. Although this policy has worked well in the past, the recent proliferation of Very Distant Hosts, together with complaints from representatives of other (local or distant) Hosts, has caused us to review our procedures. This note announces a modification of the previous policy. We will continue to schedule IMP/TIP downs with our "primary site contact." We will continue to consider this individual a representative of all Hosts connected to that IMP/TIP, with the following exception. Any Host organization wishing to be notified by telephone that down time has been scheduled for their IMP/TIP may nominate some individual as a "secondary contact." The name of the secondary contact, together with a telephone number where he/she can be reached, should be submitted to me by any of the following methods: US mail Network Control Center Bolt, Beranek and Newman Inc. 50 Moulton Street Cambridge, Mass. 02138 ATTN: Alexander McKenzie Journal system Ident = AAM Network mail MCKENZIE at BBN-TENEX The NCC operators will notify the secondary contact by telephone after scheduling down time with the primary contact. McKenzie [Page 1]
RFC 622 Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time March 1974 Following is the current list of "primary site contacts" (and backup "primary" contacts): UCLA - Anita Coley (Dave Crocker, Lou Nelson) SRI - Jim White (Don Wallace) UCSB - Ron Stoughton (Bob Ploger) Utah - Dennis Ting BBN (IMP) - Steve Chipman MIT-MAC - Al Vezza (Abhay Bhushan) RAND - Roy Yashimura SDC - Ken Brandon (Doug Pintar) Harvard - Bob Nickerson Lincoln - John Laynor Stanford - Ted Panofsky (Lester Earnest) Illinois - Jack Bouknight (Gary Grossman) Case - Dave Reide (Alan Rosenfeld) Carnegie - Bill Broadley AMES IMP - John McConnell (Paul Zima, Dick Brown) AMES TIP - Bob Linebarger (Toby Gonzales, Glen Holtzer) MITRE - Jean Iseli (Susan Poh) RADC - Tom Lawrence (Grant Strength) NBS - Tom Pyke (Bob Rosenthal) ETAC - Capt. Petregal (John Smith) LLL - Robert Abbott (Bob Sherwood) ISI - Tom Boynton (Jerry Pipes) USC - James Pepin GWC - Capt. Goldsmith (Peggy Irving) DOCB - Dave Lillie (Sky Stevenson) SDAC - Buz Owen (Vernon Bruffey, Rick Perez, Bill Whyte) Belvoir - Ken Gibson (Larry Wright) ARPA - Steve Crocker (Pam Cutler) Aberdeen - Melvin Wrublewski CCA - Phil Peterson (Hal Murray) Xerox - Robert Taylor (Bob Metcalfe) FNWC - R. Mottencamper (Merrill Peterson) LBL - Bob Fink (Jose Alvarez) UCSD - Jim Madden (Grant Rostad) Hawaii - John Davidson RML - Mike Young NORSAR - Per Tveitane (Oddnund Hansen) London - Peter Kirstein (Hugh Gamble) Tymshare - Mike Marrah (Robert Martinez) MIT-IPG - Leo J. Ryan (Mike Padlipsky) Moffett - Ed Mortenson (Gene Lichner) Rutgers - Tom Webb (Jeff Broido) Wright-Patterson - Capt. Woodward (Fred Pitts) McKenzie [Page 2]
RFC 622 Scheduling IMP/TIP Down Time March 1974 Please let me know if the "primary" contact for your site should be changed. [ This RFC was put into machine readable form for entry ] [ into the online RFC archives by Alex McKenzie with ] [ support from GTE, formerly BBN Corp. 10/99 ] McKenzie [Page 3]

   

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