On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 04:22:07PM +0100, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> Me, I think it's a shame that servers don't have upses/batteries built
> into them so one can disconnect the power for a few seconds/minutes
> with impunity. *Sigh*.
more expensive stuff to add to the already high cost, also means there can be 6 little ups's hooked
up to the one big ups...which is ea sier to replace when something goes wrong...a standard power
supply, or a mini-ups power supply ?
> > what sort of UPS could I get to keep something like this up for say 12
>> A big, expensive one. I had a 3kVA ups feeding two "average" PCs with
> 19" Belinea VDUs for over an hour and it was almost "empty" at the end.
That's what a backup generator is for, UPS provides enough time for you to bring down
your boxen gracefully, or fire up the diesel powered backup generator...
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