"John P . Looney" wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 19, 1999 at 12:04:05AM +0100, Dave Airlie mentioned:
> > Does anyone here run any server machines (constantly battered) in
> > slightly warm environments, no air-conditioning, bad smelling rooms ...
hot yes, bad smelling depends on wheather I was out the previous night
> You need heat extraction, not heat-moving-around. An air conditioner or
> fan that can get hot air outside the building. If that can't be done,
> you'll have to live with periodic hardware failures.
Has anyone any recommendations(sp) (prices suppliers) for this type of
equipment, preferably of the small/portable variety. as my wee room is
at the moment being cooled by means of a free-standing fan & an open
door (& I'd prefer if I could keep the door shut).
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