[SASAG] Recommendations are environmental monitoring for a server room

Lee Damon nomad at castle.org
Sat Apr 1 08:31:11 PST 2006

Sorry for the overenthusiastic typing on that URL.  The correct one is 


Lee Damon wrote:
> We use a home-built kit called the thermalcube 
> (http://ssli.ee.washington.edu/people/nomad/thermalcube.html).  Each one 
> costs about $10 to build and takes ~30 minutes if you want to do all the 
> sleeve work and such.
> Adapters for an RS-232 port cost $10-$15.  You only need one adapter.
> Software is DigiTemp (mentioned on the thermalcube page), some short 
> shell scripts and nagios.
> nomad
> Ski Kacoroski wrote:
>> Hi,
>> After several cooling issues, we are looking at adding some sort of 
>> environmental monitoring sensors to our server room and would like to 
>> know what others do in this area in terms of what you monitor (temp, 
>> humidity, power, etc.), how often you take readings, and what equipment 
>> you use.
>> cheers,
>> ski
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