Discussion in 'education & employment' started by Badgers, Nov 14, 2006.
anyone else unsuprised its the head of a recruitment business?
This one is not so much scolding, but seeking to prevent a situation where a scolding may be necessary ....
...why is the milk in the server room
or why is the server room on the way to the milk room
I see no situation in which this is good
Everybody likes warm server room milk. Mmm mmmm.
the server room at my place is one of the only places with air con
They generally do, servers generate a lot of heat and need cooling. In a sense they are good places to also keep milk. In another sense, the milk/server interaction sense, they are really bad places to keep milk.
Why does the server room have carpet?
in recent weeks we have welcomed the trickle of cold air seeping from the bottom of the locked server room
Servers get anxious if footsteps around them are too loud.
The reason I quit my last job was because of a manager who emailed me about a very minor mistake I had made - the type that everyone on the team had made at some point. Fair enough, it was her job to give feedback, but I didn't like the fact that she felt it necessary to copy in the whole team (peppered with a whole load of red bolded text and "We should ALWAYS follow X procedure. NEVER Y procedure. EVER. I won't tell you again." (I hadn't been told in the first place.) I emailed her back (just her, I wasn't horrible enough to embarrass her back) to explain that I was happy for her to let me know about errors so I could correct them but I would appreciate it if she didn't CC other people unless they were also managers who oversaw my work.
I was dragged into a meeting with her and the manager she reported to, they said they were "very disappointed" at my reaction and that they would "never have thought it of me". They wanted me to apologise to her for "challenging her authority". I refused and was told I'd be disciplined if I didn't. I told them I'd save them the bother and walked straight out! That's when I began busking. I was sorry to leave my teammates behind, particularly one bloke, but we're still friends today.
TLDR: Fuck managers who humiliate staff and treat them like children.
The fridge was being replaced. Whilst running down the old fridge it made the carpet tiles in the kitchen wet. They were put in the server room to dry out. There was problems with the new fridge so milk was being kept cool in the server/ carpet tile drying room. Of course.
Doesn’t putting something in the server room to dry out mean that the server room’s humidity will increase, which is bad for the servers? Is t the whole point to keep the servers in a humid free environment?
Only a trivial amount and since the amount of moisture that the air can hold is directly related to its temperature, the air-condititioning would remove it anyway. Servers need to be kept cool, for devices that are so vulnerable to heat they produce a lot of it. If the air conditioning goes off in any decent sized server room there is often a mad rush to shut everything down before it cooks itself.
Just next to our desks we have a small server (comms really) room. It's always a decent amount cooler in there than in the office, we call it the fridge and store any dinner we have bought at lunch in there. I'm not sure that was why only we have the keys to the room, but it works for us.
Genuine question: what's a "server room"?
The little penis elevates this to greatness.
i think it's a modern term for a butler's pantry
A room full of computer servers.
^^^ Fucking seagulls.
But, TBF, the problem is easily solved by buying some dustbins.
Bins with lids probably cost less than the amount of work time they are spending cleaning it up, if they need a 'business case' to buy some bins!
They can't even stretch to pens!
An excellent example of the genre. One can imagine the author furiously typing through gritted teeth.
I was looking for that bottle of chloroform though...
cardgate carries on
Cancel the card already.
dunno, sorry, just saw it online.
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