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Nidhogg (161640) writes | more than 10 years ago

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Wow what a day so far.

One of the yard monkies here at work was moving a machine, left the boom too high, and knocked down a power line, taking out one phase.

And taking it out pretty damned good too.

The UPS's in that building tried to cope but I knew it was inevitable.

There's nothing like pulling up the Nagios page for your network and watching half of it die.

Made me wanna cry.

Wow what a day so far.

One of the yard monkies here at work was moving a machine, left the boom too high, and knocked down a power line, taking out one phase.

And taking it out pretty damned good too.

The UPS's in that building tried to cope but I knew it was inevitable.

There's nothing like pulling up the Nagios page for your network and watching half of it die.

Made me wanna cry.

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