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Re: Hot weather and power outages continue
- From: Brandon Galbraith
- Date: Tue Jul 25 16:11:50 2006
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My assumption is that it means "it isn't going to keep things cold, but it will keep the air flowing to prevent a 'server sauna'".
Sam Stickland <sam_mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> Sean Donelan
> Sent: 24 July 2006 13:27
> To: nanog@xxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Hot weather and power outages continue
> I've always been a fan of being able to force 100% economizer and chiller
> loop bypass emergency operation; it won't keep you "cool" but will help
> keep your data center from turning into an Easy-Bake Oven(tm). But that
> failure operating mode is rarely part of the standard HVAC programming.
Can you elaborate on what you mean by " force 100% economizer and chiller
loop bypass emergency operation"
"A true pirate starts drinking before the sun hits the yard-arm. Yarrrr. --thelost"