On 10/9/2019 13:21, Mark Fletcher
On Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 1:05 PM Bob Bellizzi <cdfexec@...
I know where you reside but not where your servers are.
Might they be affected by the Planned Shutoffs which can
last up to 5 days?
Our home has Battery Backup Grid tie solar so hopefully we
will generate enough for basics.
Good question. The machines are in a datacenter in
Fremont, Ca. Looking at the PG&E outage maps, it seems
that parts of Fremont are scheduled to lose power. I don't
know if that includes the datacenter. I would hope that we
would have received notice if that was the case. In any
event, I have a support ticket open to see if I can get
verification that the datacenter will continue to have
power. If I hear of any interruptions, I will let you know.
Things seem to be quite fluid at the moment unfortunately.
Speaking as someone working for a company with a huge colo presence,
if they don't have failover power, it's time to switch data centers.
Or go to the cloud.
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