[LEAPSECS] Leapseconds, more evidence
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Jul 2 16:47:55 EDT 2012
In message <EEEBEA0E-71CF-490D-98E5-3D01AB131853 at noao.edu>, Rob Seaman writes:
>Interesting. A few questions spring to mind. Let me preface them
>by stating that this is far from my area of expertise and I'd be
>delighted to be educated here.
The original source may be this:
>1) What are the units on the y-axis?
>4) The upward jump is very rapid. Hard to tell from the scale,
>but it appears to be a facility-wide 15% jump in, say, one minute
>or less. Is this supportable by the power infrastructure onsite
>or on the local grid (assuming it is on the grid)? Is the plot
>smoothed in any way?
It's only 135 kW, not really a big deal for a data-center, much
less of a deal for the power-grid.
>I don't suppose this particular datacenter is used by Amadeus? :-)
Well, Kristian Köhntopp works for booking.com...
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