[CentOS] SATA error
peter at farrows.org
Mon Mar 27 18:16:27 UTC 2006
18C is a good temperature and most AC units will have this as their
21C is ok and will save significantly on your Electricity bill and wear
and tear on the AC units themselves over 18C...
Rodrigo Barbosa wrote:
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> On Tue, Mar 28, 2006 at 12:36:51AM +0700, Fajar Priyanto wrote:
>> 1. Electrical surge from an old UPS I used on the box
>> 2. The temperatur of the server room is too cold? It's about 18 degree celcius
>> on the day, and could reach 14 degree in the night I guess. Could it be too
>> cold? Because currently I put the box on my desk with normal room temp around
>> 28 degree.
> Definitively not too cold. Actually, you can run the server are 0 celcius
> and it will be very happy.
> I usually recommend 21 degrees are the ideal temp for room where you
> need to have people inside, and 18 when there is no need for people all
> the time. For critical operation, 16 is even better.
> One might think that 28 degree is too hot, tho.
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> Rodrigo Barbosa <rodrigob at suespammers.org>
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