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Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway
From: Leo Bicknell <bicknell () ufp org>
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2001 11:23:27 -0400
On Sun, Sep 16, 2001 at 11:10:30AM -0400, David Lesher wrote:
This is just as much a case of matching equipment to application
as is buying a new backbone router. Do you buy based on a "100 year
flood" peak; the "Mothers Day calling" peak or the "105% of >1hr"
model. Justify your decision the the beancounter. 25 points.
Every time I've seen a standby generator sized for a computer data
center the 'continuous run' figure was used for the maximum loading.
Data center loading is generally fairly well known, if you have a
N KW UPS, it's known to draw N + M KW on input at full load, and the
generator needs to be able to supply N + M for continuous run.
Overrun amounts are _very_ limited. Typically < 30 minutes @10%
over, and < 5 minutes @20% over. I don't think I've ever seen one
with a rating for more than 20% over. Even a bean counter won't
expect a power outage to be over in 30 minutes.
Leo Bicknell - bicknell () ufp org
Systems Engineer - Internetworking Engineer - CCIE 3440
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Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway David Lesher (Sep 16)
- Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway, (continued)
Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway Sean Donelan (Sep 16)
RE: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway Hire, Ejay (Sep 17)
- Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway Leo Bicknell (Sep 16)