[geeks] Re: geeks digest, Vol 1 #64 - 14 msgs
Kevin P. Inscoe
geeks at sunhelp.org
Thu Apr 19 19:17:13 CDT 2001
> Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 19:46:13 -0700
> To: geeks at sunhelp.org
> From: Goldarg <goldarg at dub.net>
> Subject: [geeks] asthsma attacks suck
> Reply-To: geeks at sunhelp.org
> Today just sucked:
> 2am I got paged that a box is dead
> 9am in the middle of my shower I get paged by the guy who gets in before
> me asking where a ATX powersupply is.
> 9:45am on the drive into work I get paged saying the disk is dead not the
> power supply
> 10 am I get to work and find there are two large craters in the PCB where
> electronics used to be on the drive.
> 10am-3pm I work to try to find another SCSI drive to use to replace this
> drive, Bad news is this drive hasn't been backed up except for a dump of the
> database on it since November, this drive is the only drive in a database
> box that also does cgi based building / destroying on one of our cisco's
> for our DSL customers, There are no backups of the current tools to do so,
> the backups we have are from 2 years ago of the tool before it supported
Wow! Thanks for the memories (as he cleans his Glock one more time).
Reminds me of my former assignments <insert your favorite low buck high
stress aerospace company here>.
> The good news is I asked for Friday off on monday and I plan to goto the
> Titan Missile Museum in Sahuarita, AZ which isnt too far from where I live
> and I've never had the chance to go. So a 3 day weekend and a hopefully fun
> trip should help :)
I went last year you will love it. I put my pics online at
and I have the PIMA Air museum online at
and while were at it Kitt Peak at
anyway I travel to Tucson every year at least once to see the family.
We'll have to link up when I get there which will be either within two
weeks or November depending on which contract job I take next. %^\
There is nothing like hiking up into the Rincon's in winter!
Kevin P. Inscoe Unix System Engineer & Specialist
Deltona, FL 32738 Itinerary at http://www.inscoe.org/where
e-mail: kevin [at] inscoe [dot] org
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