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Re: PG&E on data centre cooling..
- From: Warren Kumari
- Date: Tue Apr 03 11:15:35 2007
As far as I remember there was a DC in New York (for some reason
Globix springs to mind) that did this... It was really cool, apart
from when it messed up and sent you to the wrong cabinet....
On Apr 2, 2007, at 5:09 PM, Gregori Parker wrote:
I've been in there many times over the last two years and didn't see
anything like that (at least on second floor east...I hear they've
recently expanded into the fisher west building)
From: owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-nanog@xxxxxxxxx] On
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2007 1:49 PM
To: John Kinsella; nanog@xxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: PG&E on data centre cooling..
I sorta wonder why the default is lights on, actually...I used to
love walking into dark datacenters and seeing the banks of GSRs >
thought they had good Blink) and friends happily blinking away.
What we really need is a datacenter with lit floor tiles. ;)
John(damn I've been in a DC with clear floor tiles...why didn't I
There's at least one datacenter in Seattle that when the customer
in, lights up the floor to their cabinet.... Been a while since I've
it, but I remember it "USED" to do that.... (fisher, internap I