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What Could Go Wrong?

It’s the law of unintended consequences: things happening that you don’t expect from a seemingly unrelated area. This article talks about a data center having leaks from carpet cleaning above. The concrete floor had aged and the carpet cleaners dumped water on the carpet to soak it through and it leaked. I’m not sure how people have data centers below office floors, but I know I’ve had a number of them at different companies where I’ve worked.

Steve Jones

2007-09-12

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