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Although DevOps goes some way to bridging the mindset differences between Programmers and Infrastructure Engineers, we still have quite a way to go apparently. As a programmer, I often get called a cowboy by my Infrastructure colleagues, but this one was pure gold.
I was recently performing some remote work for a client in Adelaide Australia, which is known to get a little hot on occasions, when my remote connection suddenly dropped out. I tethered my phone and checked my email to find this:-
Sent: Friday, 19 January 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Server shut down due to hot weather
Some servers have got too hot and have shut down. This unfortunately means the Customer Server Web server i.e. Work Order system is down.
We are leaving them off for ~15 minutes while we run fans over them & will then try powering them back up.
A company I once worked with had the opposite.
A customer wanted a computer in a cooling cell at -25C and colder (I can't remember why they couldn't just place it outside the cell).
We called one of our associates who build a custom box that was pretty well isolated and had a small heating element.
If the temperature dropped to a certain degree the heater would turn on and made sure the computer didn't freeze (literally)
Like most things, some are batter and others fall flat.
"the debugger doesn't tell me anything because this code compiles just fine" - random QA comment
"Facebook is where you tell lies to your friends. Twitter is where you tell the truth to strangers." - chriselst
"I don't drink any more... then again, I don't drink any less." - Mike Mullikins uncle
Realizing all the various type, we each identify a pancake a bit differently.
My major pancake eating has always been of the potato variety. Often referred to as 'potato latkes'. They would be outstanding with onions! Savory!
Variants in the topping (for the potato variety) I commonly hear are: apple sauce, sour cream, salt, and sugar. I was raised in the salt group, but the 'other' side of my parental lineage were applesauce users. Once, to my horror, my children put ketchup on them - they've since learned the error of their ways.
"Flapjack" style, however, puts me squarely in your corner on this.