For the record, super pleased with ours!
You gotta use bait man - try some of these:
My 500TB raid 5 array is acting funny
I have a single high reliability SAN setup for a billion dollar corporation, why is it rebooting every 10 minutes?
I've done my homework: single point of failure is a solid, money saving idea
Without University no one should ever work in IT
@scottalanmiller Hello IT Staff Member!! Do you find yourself working alone on the weekends? Are you the only member of your department? Would you like to attend a conference to learn junk about stuff and sympathize / complain and relate to other people as over worked as you? MangoCon 2016 - where "if it plugs in or takes batteries makes it your responsibility" is something we all can relate to.
Current picture of staff roaming the halls @ NTG:
Since we three minions of the IT apocalypse began our tenure here (3 months apart roughly) we inherited a diverse environment with unique demands. Such were these demands that we neglected to do a really fine toothed comb of the nitty gritty here. Excuses. Valid and at the time important ones. Excuses none the less. Today we reaped the rewards of completing that exercise nearly 3 years too late.
Feast thine eyes upon our embarrassment.
As you may have surmised from the heat maps above, our AP's were setup incorrectly. It turns out they work better when put on the correct VLAN and rebooted. This existed for almost 3 years with weekly complaints about wifi. We never stopped to investigate the actual equipment until today when preparing a project plan for it's replacement.
Why share my misery? So you can LEARN and not repeat our mistake.
12x 960GB 2.5" SATA MLC Solid State Drive
I wonder how well it will work for 2D games, as nothing more than a "personal monitor." If it worked well for that, I might really like it for that 90% of the time.
Not sure how mobile it is... seems like it would need a lot of stuff.
Keep forgetting I blocked steam on the firewall so I don't spend money at work lol
So I get an email about people not being aware that technology ages and needs to be replaced regularly, and I reply 15 minutes after receiving this email, about how tech needs to be refreshed regularly.
And 5 minutes after that the wind knocks out the power.
In other news, IT admin fired today after sassing employees and then causing and focusing a wind storm to knock out power and prove his point.
I consider anyone associated with this site as someone special and with great knowledge.
Should I (personally) disappoint you now, or later? :bowtie:
Supposing that NTG's internet is powered by 1HAMP (1 hamster power), what would you need to run it 24x7 with any degree of reliability?
To begin, some definitions:
RAIHAM 1 - Two wheels, with a hamster each.
RAIHAM 0 - Single wheel, two hamsters
RAIHAM 10 - Two wheels, two hamsters each
Given the below data sets, we see hamsters run an average of 4 hours per day
As hamsters are nocturnal and primarily active at night, you will need to have at least 6 RAIHAM's setup on separate light/dark schedules.
NTG's hamsternet will require 12 RAIHAM 10's setup into 6 banks of 4 hour offset groups to achieve even close to 99% uptime.
NTG's hamsternet will house 48 hamsters, who will run on average 192 miles every 24 hours.
Y'all need to figure out a way to get some of them to sign up for accounts
I totally agree..... any ideas?
At the moment, I'm not a fan of being at work. I want to be home and taking a nap.
My whole office agreed yesterday afternoon after the A/C broke that it was officially "cold shower & beer o'clock"
Here's one I got a real chuckle out of - please post any you've also enjoyed below.
Subject: Dreaded “Japanese Hypnosis Syndrome”
Have you ever run into the dreaded "Japanese Hypnosis Syndrome"?
Here's what I mean:
While most of the major powers of Western Europe spent the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries racing around the world carving out empires for themselves...
Japan felt threatened by the influx of foreigners and ended up spending this period as one of the most reclusive nations on the planet.
In the 1630s, a series of proclamations closed the country's borders, marking the beginning of the period now known as sakoku ('locking the country') or sometimes kaikin ('sea-restriction').
Non-Japanese-citizens were not permitted on Japanese soil...
And potential violators were warned that they would be subject to capital punishment.
Only a small amount of trade with China, Korea, and the Netherlands was permitted, and the Dutch were restricted to Dejima, an artificial island in the harbor at Nagasaki.
Nor were Japanese citizens allowed to leave Japan.
Even the construction of long-range ships was illegal.
All those measures remained in place well into the 19th century.
Anyway, here's the point:
Sometimes when working with a hypnosis subject the "border" into parts of their unconscious mind will shut down on you.
And you will not be permitted entry.
Nor will you get any information coming out of those parts of their unconscious.
Their unconscious will metaphorically "cease trading" with you.
And that obviously scuppers any chance of you and their unconscious working together to produce transformational change in the subject.
It's why I call it "Japanese Hypnosis Syndrome".
Hardly any hypnotist has the "diplomatic tools" to re-open borders into the unconscious parts that have "locked down".
But you will.
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