[c-nsp] Safe operating temps - Somewhat OT

Graham Wooden graham at g-rock.net
Sun Feb 28 22:33:50 EST 2010

Thanks Seth for the reply.  I never really had to think of this stuff
before, but wearing new hats everyday.


On 2/28/10 8:26 PM, "Seth Mattinen" <sethm at rollernet.us> wrote:

> On 2/28/10 6:55 AM, Graham Wooden wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The AC unit in my little datacenter room was recently upgraded/serviced.
>> Since then I have started to monitor the my 6500's temp. I have been
>> noticing a swing in the RP in/out on a Sup32 going from 37c to 39c and then
>> back to 37 within 30-40 minutes timeframe. Room temp seems to be stable
>> right at 25c, all the time.
>> Are these safe swings? Or are these too dramatic only to shorten the life of
>> the box this much sooner. Unfortunately I don't have any previous history
>> data on the sups, only the room.
> I see 2 degree shifts continuously with all of the Cisco stuff that I
> graph temperature on. I think it's unlikely to be a problem since it's
> been like that for as long as I can remember without any failures.
> ~Seth
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