Data center etiquette

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Things one should not do while near or around a data center, such as dont carry a cup of coffee, dont hang your coat on the data center, etc

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No food or drink in the data center
No cameras / camera phones in the data center (good luck)
Always discharge static before entering the data center
Clean up your mess
No boxes in the data center

I’m sure others can come up with some other stuff

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  • JimmyIT
    Dont unplug anything :)
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  • Tpinky
    No children in Data Center. ( I had a night operator that was bringing his child to work). No magnets in the Data Center.
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  • Pressler2904
    Don'r run any cable across the floor (see JimmyIT's answer, above...) In the case if a shared space, don't touch anything that isn't yours... If there's anybody watching.
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  • Bobkberg
    - Always put the tile lifter (sometimes called the "floor sucker") back where it belongs. - - When you decommision equipment, take the damned cables out too!!! Bob
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