[rescue] 420R/220R rail kit
pat at computer-refuge.org
Thu Aug 25 09:26:11 CDT 2005
On Thursday 25 August 2005 02:48, Bill Bradford wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 09:18:36PM -0400, Bryan Gurney wrote:
> > Having personally lifted a UE450 off the ground (that one's a
> > whopping 200 pounds according to Sunsolve; I'd say that's a safe
> > guess, considering it had 12 disks in it), I'd hunt down the
> > Accuride rails.
> I ended up in the ER (with stretched tendons) after a coworker and I
> rackmounted a full E450 as the "middle" unit in a rack that
> eventually held three of them.
Is it me, or does no one else remove weight (eg power supplies, disks,
etc) from machines when they're trying to rack/move them, instead of
trying to strain themselves? I'm quite used to removing as much as
necessary from machines at work when i'm left to rack them by myself
(and they weight >80lbs or so fully loaded).
I've moved an E6500 chassis by myself before; it's a whole lot easier
when you take everything out of it first.
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