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When you decided to implement hot-aisle/cold-aisle containment in your data center, did you consult any best practices guides? What made you decide that a hot-aisle/cold-aisle solution was right for your setup?
In a hot aisle/cold aisle floor design, best practices are not to mix the hot air with the cold air. I am using blanking panels, floor grommets, everything that I've learned over the years in managing data centers to get the optimal cooling from my CRAC units. One question I have relateing to...