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Re: DATACENTER: Pictures of practical, neat, and scalable cable systems

The *only* way you can get a neat operational cable layout is to have space
like the Navy does and spend *lots* of dough maintaining it. Both cost
$$$money$$$. Data centers, like all living things, grow. As it grows cables
get re laid or re-routed from their original planned positions. This is
usually done under severe time constraints and clean-up isn't considered
that important.

At 04:52 PM 3/21/99 -0600, Sean Donelan wrote:
>A couple of people asked why I was asking for pictures.  I'm trying to
>turn 10 years worth of notes into a book on building a data center.  In
>doing research I didn't understand why most books used such horrible
>pictures to illustrate things.  I'm now quickly learning why they used
>1960's stock photos and vendor catalog pictures.

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