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Re: Operational Content, I think...
- From: Chris Horry
- Date: Mon Jun 25 11:27:16 2001
At 15:32 6/24/01 -0400, Deepak Jain wrote:
This comes up every now and then, and I still haven't seen a good solution,
so here is the situation.
Every now and then, the graveyard maintenance shift (read: few people) needs
to mount a 7' tall or 600 lb piece of equipment we've all come to know and
love in a rack. While pad jacks are available to move them around the
datacenter floor, equipped with friendly hydraulics and all, there is a
Is there a common-sense piece of equipment available that 1 person can
operate that will support a very bulky, rackmountable piece of equipment so
the same, single person can mount/unmount it near the top of a rack?
I have seen plenty of solutions for this on warehouse floors, but most
datacenters don't have the ceiling height for track-crane. I don't know how
people handle the 15' relay racks either now that I am sharing my gap in
Your advice, suggestions and even jokes are appreciated, but remember, I'm
A couple of car jacks and some 2 by 4's.
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