• Subject: Re: internal temperature
  • From: booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 18:50:21 -0400

My understanding is that the mid-range machines, right from Day 1, have 
had a design requirement of running properly at and beyond the extremes of 
any human's ability to work.   In other words, if you can work so can't a 
midrange IBM machine.


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Booth Martin
Booth@MartinVT.com
http://www.MartinVT.com
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"Ray, Adam" <aray@fhp.org>
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
04/06/2001 10:46 AM
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        To:     "'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
        cc: 
        Subject:        internal temperature
Is there a command on the /400 that will tell you what the temperature is
inside the box?

My company is shutting down the /400 do to the temperature in the computer
room. With all the lights off and the door shut, the temperature in the
computer room is at 87 and the humidity is 47%. I tried to convince my 
boss
that it was much cooler inside the box than it is on top of it (that's 
where
the thermometer is). He feels that the previously stated readings are too
high for the /400 to run at.

I guess I'd just like to prove to him that it's okay for the system to be
running in these conditions. And since I can't work on the /400, I get to
spend my day on the midrange list. Does anyone know the extremes that any
/400 is designed to run at?

Thanks for any help.
-                Adam


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