[CentOS] Power-outage

Steven Crothers steven.crothers at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 00:33:19 UTC 2011

Hook up ethernet, if its not POE, you plug it in, attach all the various usb
cables, vga, serial, ps/2, ect ect to the server and let it hang. When your
server is unresponsive just go ahead and hit the IP you assigned to your
Spider, and you get a full console, virtual media, mass storage emulation,
and the ability to mount samba shares and what not into it.

On Sun, Jul 3, 2011 at 3:00 AM, Timothy Murphy <gayleard at eircom.net> wrote:

> Steven Crothers wrote:
> > You should invest in a Spider KVM or similar, they hang off the back and
> > don't use any rack space. They can also be POE, so they wont use a plug.
> > That'll provide you out of band management and remote reboots and what
> > not.
> How exactly would that work?
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Steven Crothers
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