Warzone | Call of Duty Modern WarfareUnable To Connect Error / Server Status - How to Fix
Learn all about Call of Duty Warzone & Modern Warfare (COD MW)'s Unable To Connect / connection error. This includes how to fix, Blizzard server status, servers down & more!!
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Things To Check When Connection Failed, Server Down Occurs
- 1. Check the status of the servers with these links: Modern Warfare & Warzone
- 2. Check Call of Duty Official Twitter & other SNS for announcements
- 3. Check the Activision Customer Support Page for any known issues
- 4. Check your internet connection setting are correct depending on your service provider and modem
- 5. Check if there are new updates for your video card driver for PC users or firmware updates for consoles.
- 6. Check your security software (ex. Windows Defender, McAfee, Norton etc. for PC users) for any possible compatibility issues
- 7. Submit a customer service ticket via the Activision Customer Support page
How to Fix Unable To Connect Error Failed
Warzone Launch Servers Errors
Due to the release of the new Warzone Game Mode or updates, there is a possibility that servers will experience unprecedented traffic as the new game mode is free-to-play. The influx of new players may have placed an extremely high load on the game's servers making it difficult for players to connect.Check Out Warzone Mode Here!
Wait For A Fix
Players can only wait for the issue to be resolved on the server side. As traffic is expected to be very high during the opening of an event or the launch of a game, we can expect stable & better connections in the following days.
Try Re-login Later
From our experience, Retry button may not work and you need to re-login the account to make be able to connect to the game server.
Updates Are Also Affected
In connection with the server problems, some players are also reporting problems in updating the game.Check Out The Latest Patch Notes Here!
Blizzard Servers Might Be Down
Players are also reporting difficulty in connecting to the Blizzard Battle.net launcher. Changing servers using the launcher might resolve some of these issues for now.
What is the Connection Failed Error?
Servers Down for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Across all platforms, players are unable to connect and launch Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The error message "Connection Failed. Unable to Access Online Services" shows up when trying to launch the game.
Reports of Player Being Able to Access Game
There have been reports of certain players being able to access the game after multiple tries in accessing the game. Once you have logged in, the game seems to run in a stable environment as of now.
Happening Across All Platforms
The issue is not limited to a single platform. PC, PS4, and Xbox One players are all experiencing the error. This could be due to all platforms sharing a server to accommodate crossplay.
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How to check if the Warzone servers are down
If you're stuck in a Warzone server queue as you try to experience the end of Verdansk, you're not alone. As the Warzone nuke event kicked off this week, many of us were waiting to see the bombs finally drop on the now-zombie-infested Verdansk, but clogged servers got in the way. Thankfully Raven noticed the issue, which you can see more about on its Trello board.
The nuclear festivities aren't done yet. If you want to see what's next—perhaps paving the way for the new Warzone map—then you'll want to keep an eye on Warzone's server situation today. Here's how to check the current status of the Warzone servers.
How to check the Warzone server status
Activision has made it nice and easy to check whether the Call of Duty: Warzone servers are running as planned. If you think you've encountered some technical difficulties that didn't arise on your end, head over to Activision's Online Services support page to check if it's a server issue. Choose Call of Duty: Warzone from the dropdown box and click Refresh underneath. If all is well, the page will display a green checkmark with the "All platforms online" message. If you believe you're one of the first to experience an outage, you can also report it on this page by clicking Let Us Know in the bottom-left corner.
There are also a couple of websites that exist solely to keep players in the know. So if something doesn't feel quite right, have a peek on sites like Gaming Intel and DownDetector to view their real-time status reports.
These pages are a great place to start, but if you want more frequent updates, it's also worth following the Infinity Ward and Activision Support Twitter accounts. New updates and patches are frequently shared on both, and if there's a bug bothering the Warzone community, Twitter is often the best place to check for further information on it. Remember that you can always set up notifications from these accounts on Twitter to ensure you're never out of the loop.
If you're still experiencing issues after checking these pages, it's worth double-checking that the problem isn't on your PC. It's an age-old saying, but it's worth asking, have you tried turning it off and on again? Sometimes simply relaunching the game is enough to iron out a hiccup, and there's no harm in doing a spot of troubleshooting to see if you can fix the problem yourself. If the issue persists and only occurs in Warzone, report it to Activision.
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Capacity on Demand (COD) Administration
This guide describes how to manage system resources with the Capacity on Demand (COD) feature of M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 servers.
About Capacity on Demand
The COD feature allows you to configure spare processing resources on your M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 server in the form of one or more COD CPUs which can be activated at a later date when additional processing power is needed. To access each COD CPU, you must purchase a COD Hardware Activation Option.
|Note - Beginning with the XCP 1101 firmware release COD no longer supports the headroom feature.|
A COD board is a system board that has been configured at the factory for COD capability. COD boards come in the same configurations as standard system boards. The number of CPUs per COD board depends on the configuration of your server.
COD boards are subject to the same limitations for mixed architectures and CPU speeds as system boards. Likewise, COD board software requirements, such as the Oracle Solaris Operating System (Oracle Solaris OS) or OpenBoot PROM version, are the same as those of system boards.
For SPARC Enterprise M8000/M9000 (high-end) servers, you can order COD boards at original purchase or at any time afterward. High-end servers support any combination of COD boards and system boards.
SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000 (midrange) servers do not use individual CPU Boards. On these servers, the system board components are mounted on a Mother Board Unit (MBU). Midrange systems can be configured to use COD only at original purchase.
Once a COD board has been activated, you can configure it into a domain in the same way as a system board.
COD boards are identified by a special field-replaceable unit (FRU) ID and by a COD label. Except for their FRU ID, label and COD capability, once COD boards are activated, they are handled by the rest of the hardware and software in exactly the same way as system boards. COD boards fully support Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) operations.
The COD Hardware Activation Option
The COD Hardware Activation Option lets you purchase COD permits that authorize you to activate and use COD CPUs on a M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 server. If you purchase a COD Hardware Activation Option for, say, six CPUs, you receive a COD permit that entitles you to use up to six COD CPUs on your server.
Your purchase authorizes you to use a number of COD CPUs rather than specific COD CPUs. For example, if your server has two COD boards with four COD CPUs each, but you only need to use six CPUs at any given time, buy only six COD permits. You can use any of the eight COD CPUs, but only six at a time.
Your server can support activated COD CPUs purchased from up to 50 COD Hardware Activation Option orders. Each order can cover multiple COD CPUs. They have no expiration date.
COD CPU Activation
When you purchase a COD Hardware Activation Option you get a COD permit which authorizes you to download a COD hardware activation key (COD key) in the form of text lines. You install that key into the COD database, which then allows you to activate the number of COD CPUs specified in your order. The COD database is stored in nonvolatile memory on the Service Processor. Servers with multiple Service Processors support COD database failover.
|Note - The XCP 1101 firmware release introduces support for unlocked COD keys, which are not assigned to a server’s individual Chassis HostID. The new type of COD keys include the word UNLOCKED. |
The XCP 1101 firmware release also introduces a new, streamlined process for acquiring COD keys. Beginning with this release, use the new process described in this document. Any old-style keys in your COD database will continue to work, even when new-style keys are also present.
COD Activation Log
To display the COD activation log, which contains a record of additions and deletions of COD hardware activation permits, use the command. See the (8) man page.
COD CPU Allocation
Activated COD CPUs become active either when a domain with a COD board is powered on or when a new COD board is installed and powered on. The software assigns COD CPUs automatically on a first-come, first-served basis. However, you can reserve one or more COD permits for a particular domain.
At board power on, the Service Processor determines which COD CPUs are in working order and requests COD permits for them. The COD software checks the COD database and current usage, determines which boards are COD boards, and allocates COD permits to their COD resources. It then tells the Service Processor which COD CPUs to configure into the domain.
The Service Processor configures only those COD resources that are activated. COD CPUs that are not activated are assigned COD-disabled status. A COD CPU might be assigned COD-disabled status if it cannot be activated because all COD permits are in use.
When you remove a COD board from a domain through a reconfiguration operation, when a domain containing a COD board is shut down normally, or when the Service Processor detects a fault and unconfigures a board from the domain, COD permits for the resources on those boards are released and added to the pool of available COD permits and can be used to put other COD CPUs in your server into use.
Allocation of COD permits does not change during a Service Processor reboot or failover.
You can reserve COD permits for specific domains by using the (8) command. After power on, permits are first allocated to COD CPUs in domains with reserved permits, then remaining COD permits are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis to the remaining resources. When a domain is powered off, the reverse happens: First the unreserved COD permits are released, then the reserved COD permits are released.
For example, assume your server has 10 COD permits and you reserved them for these domains
|PROC Permits reserved for domain 0: 4 PROC Permits reserved for domain 1: 2 PROC Permits reserved for domain 2: 0 PROC Permits reserved for domain 3: 0|
When the domains are first powered on, four COD permits are assigned to COD CPUs in domain 0 and two to domain 1. The remaining four COD permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis to all four domains (0, 1, 2, and 3).
A violation occurs if more COD resources are in use than authorized on the server. These events can cause a violation:
- The COD database is lost or corrupted while the system is running. This state is detected on the subsequent reboot. To cancel the violation, use the (8) command to reenter into the COD database the keys you received with your COD Hardware Activation Option purchases.
- You execute the command deletecodactivation , causing deletion of a COD key in the COD database while the server is using the associated COD permit. This could be a valid action in certain cases. For example, you might want to delete unwanted COD permits, but delay shutting down the domain.
Once the system detects a violation, the Service Processor posts a notice on the server console and ensures that no additional COD resources are brought online until the violation is corrected. In the meantime, it will not shut down domains or COD resources.
The COD commands are:
Activating COD Resources
To Purchase a COD Hardware Activation Option and Download a COD Key
1. Purchase a COD Hardware Activation Option.
Contact your support representative for assistance.
2. Sign in at the Oracle E-Delivery website at
On the Export Validation screen, enter your contact information, read the License Agreement and Export Restrictions, click the check boxes to indicate your acceptance, then, click .
3. Select as the Product Pack, as the Platform Description, then click .
A table with the following entries is displayed:
- Oracle M4000 Capacity on Demand (COD) Hardware Activation Files Media Pack for Generic Platform
- Oracle M5000 Capacity on Demand (COD) Hardware Activation Files Media Pack for Generic Platform
- Oracle M8000 Capacity on Demand (COD) Hardware Activation Files Media Pack for Generic Platform
- Oracle M9000 Capacity on Demand (COD) Hardware Activation Files Media Pack for Generic Platform
4. Select your media pack, then click .
The download page displays with the following options:
- Oracle M4000 COD Hardware Activation File for 1 PROC Activation
- Oracle M4000 COD Hardware Activation File for 4 PROC Activation
- Oracle M5000 COD Hardware Activation File for 1 PROC Activation
- Oracle M5000 COD Hardware Activation File for 4 PROC Activation
- Oracle M8000 COD Hardware Activation File for 1 PROC Activation
- Oracle M8000 COD Hardware Activation File for 4 PROC Activation
- Oracle M9000 COD Hardware Activation File for 1 PROC Activation
- Oracle M9000 COD Hardware Activation File for 4 PROC Activation
5. Optionally click the and buttons, review their displays, then click .
A zip file that contains the COD key and a README file is downloaded.
To Install a COD Key
This procedure tells you how to install the COD key to activate COD resources on your server.
1. If you have not already done so, log in to the XSCF console with privileges.
2. Unzip the downloaded file.
3. Use copy/paste to install the COD key using the (8) command:
4. Verify that the key was added to the COD database:
The key you add should be listed in the output. SeeTo Display COD Permit Status.
5. Save the key in a safe place where you can refer to it if the XCP configuration is reset, the COD database is lost, or some other event requires you to reinstall it.
|Note - Do not attempt to install the same COD key more than once, except as noted in Step 5. Doing so would be a contract violation.|
To Delete a COD Key
Before deleting a key from the COD database, the COD software determines whether a sufficient number of active COD CPUs are available. You can force the operation by using the option in Step 3, below, but doing so will overcommit any COD CPU reservations that might be in effect.
1. Log in to the XSCF console with privileges.
2. Verify that you have enough COD permits to cover COD resources currently in use.
Use the (8) command as described in To Display COD Permit Status. If you do not have sufficient COD permits to compensate, power off one or more domains or disconnect the appropriate number of boards.
3. Delete the key from the COD database:
4. Verify that the key was removed from the COD database:
The key that you deleted should not be listed in the output. See To Display COD Permit Status.
To Reserve COD Permits for a Domain
You need to reserve COD permits only if you want to make sure a specific number of COD permits are allocated to a particular domain.
1. Log in to the XSCF console with privileges.
2. Execute the command with or without options.
a. Execute the command with options:
|XSCF> domain_id cod_cpu_quantity|
b. Execute the command with no options.
Executing the command without options lets you reserve COD permits for all domains at once. First, the number of available COD permits (eight in the example below) prompt is displayed:
|XSCF>PROC Permits installed: 8|
The following prompts are displayed, in order:
|PROC Permits reserved for domain 0 (6 MAX) : PROC Permits reserved for domain 1 (6 MAX) : PROC Permits reserved for domain 2 (4 MAX) : PROC Permits reserved for domain 3 (4 MAX) :|
Enter the number of COD permits reserved for each domain. The currently reserved number appears in parentheses. Do not exceed the number of available COD permits. To leave a reservation unchanged, press Return.
3. Verify the allocation with the command.
To Display COD Information
1. Log in to the XSCF console with , , , or privileges, or privileges for a specific domain.
2. Execute the command.
The output displays the server’s Chassis HostID, number of COD permits, and number of COD permits reserved for each domain. For example:
|XSCF> Chassis HostID: 80e3e446 PROC Permits installed: 10 PROC Permits reserved for domain 0: 4 PROC Permits reserved for domain 1: 0 PROC Permits reserved for domain 2: 0 PROC Permits reserved for domain 3: 0|
To display COD information only for a specific domain, use the domain_id command, where domain_id is 0-23 depending on system configuration.
To Display COD Activation History
1. Execute the (8) command.
To Display COD Permit Status
1. Log in to the XSCF console with or privileges.
2. Execute the command.
The output displays the resource description, COD permit version number, expiration date, number of COD permits, and COD permit status. For example:
|XSCF> Description Ver Expiration Count Status ----------- --- ---------- ----- ------ PROC 01 NONE 8 GOOD|
To display COD permit information in raw key format (the complete COD key assigned by Oracle), use the option. For example:
To display COD permit information in verbose mode, use the option. For example:
|XSCF> Description Ver Expiration Count Status ----------- --- ---------- ----- ------ PROC 01 NONE 1 GOOD 01:UNLCOKED:000000001:0301010100:1:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx PROC 01 NONE 2 GOOD 01:UNLCOKED:000000004:0301010100:2:00000000:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|
To Display Usage Statistics for COD Resources
1. Log in to the XSCF console with or privileges, or , , or privileges for a specific domain.
2. Execute the command.
The output displays a summary of COD permit usage by resource type and for each domain. For example:
|XSCF> Resource In Use Installed COD Permitted Status -------- ------ --------- ------------- ------ PROC 0 4 0 OK: 0 available Domain/Resource In Use Installed Reserved --------------- ------ --------- -------- 0 - PROC 0 4 0 1 - PROC 0 0 0 2 - PROC 0 0 0 3 - PROC 0 0 0 Unused - PROC 0 0 0|
To display usage statistics only for domains or resources, use the
domain command or the resource command. All COD usage information can be displayed with the
You can also use the command to identify which board is a COD board. The output from this command has a column titled “COD”. This column contains an “n” for a non-COD board or a “y” for a COD board. For example, on a high-end server you might see:
|XSCF> XSB R DID(LSB) Assignment Pwr Conn Conf Test Fault COD ---- - -------- ----------- ---- ---- ---- ------- -------- ---- 00-0 00(00) Assigned y y y Passed Normal n 01-0 SP Unavailable y n n Unknown Normal y 01-1 SP Unavailable y n n Unknown Normal y 01-2 SP Unavailable y n n Unknown Normal y 01-3 SP Unavailable y n n Unknown Normal y|
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