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What is the make and model of the pdu being used? Maybe we could look that up and see what it's rated for.
Is there a label on the cable displaying a part/feature#?
Ideally you should have multiple PDU's. Going to separate breakers. And the back of each unit should have multiple power supplies. You'd plug one into one PDU and the other into a different PDU.
If you're installing these at a co-location facility they will definitely be able to ensure that not only are the outlets on separate breakers but are protected by separate UPS devices attached to different generators.
That's one of the beauty's of using a co-lo. All the power redundancies, cooling, etc are just not your problem. Just make sure you communicate all this with them.
Honestly we skipped the Power 7. Went straight from a really jacked together Power 6 to Power 8. It was a really lean period for us. Now we're at two P9's and P8. With rNext unable to run on that P8 it's looking really obsolescent really quick. Others may argue/differ/etc and they're entitled to their opinion. I'm here to run a business and not knap flint arrowheads.
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