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This thread is for the discussion of the site neetchat.ga itself, any questions, suggestions, drama, whatever. Try to keep it here and keep the other threads on their specific topics.
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>discussing "hard core tehcnology" on 90s looking PHP software
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Discuss small scale datacenters.

>What IS a datacenter?
A data center is a building, dedicated space within a building, or a group of buildings used to house computer systems and associated components.

Since IT operations are crucial for business continuity, it generally includes redundant or backup components and infrastructure for power supply, data communication connections, environmental controls (e.g. air conditioning, fire suppression) and various security devices.

>Why should I have a datacenter?
It's fun and can be profitable, and is overall very valuable to society if done well.

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Interesting, after making more research on what a DC actually is, I found this:

Telcordia GR-3160, NEBS Requirements for Telecommunications Data Center Equipment and Spaces, provides guidelines for data center spaces within telecommunications networks, and environmental requirements for the equipment intended for installation in those spaces. These criteria were developed jointly by Telcordia and industry representatives. They may be applied to data center spaces housing data processing or Information Technology (IT) equipment. The equipment may be used to:

>Operate and manage a carrier's telecommunication network
>Provide data center based applications directly to the carrier's customers
>Provide hosted applications for a third party to provide services to their customers
>Provide a combination of these and similar data center applications
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The next step on turning your homeserver room into a datacenter, is a UPS or uninterrumped power supply, they make the electricity "cleaner" before it reaches your servers CPUs and in the case of a power failure they keep your servers ON without you having to do anything, a 1500VA UPS that costs around U$D800 can keep a 150W server ON for 2 straight hours, or in the case that you have 2 150W servers, it can keep them both ON for 1 hour, you can see how useful this is.
But there is a limit, I don't exactly know why but UPS have a minimum load capacity that goes up with its size, this means you can't run your 50W server ON for 5 hours on a 1500VA UPS since the UPS won't work unless there is a draw of around 100W, this is annoying really, and the only alternative I see for long-term reliable power in the case of a power failure is a diesel powered generator, they are expensive, and even more if you want them to turn on automatically.

What I think you could do if in a budget is, in the case of a power failure, the UPS will turn on, and you have a few hours or minutes to run and get the generator running, sounds annoying and you won't be able to do this if you are out of your property, this will cause some downtime.
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