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== April 2nd Electrical equipment preparation document ==
  
 
Numerous people have suggested that any electrical equipment either be on a  
 
Numerous people have suggested that any electrical equipment either be on a  
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All other machines will be turned off by hand, so having your machine already off is helpful.
 
All other machines will be turned off by hand, so having your machine already off is helpful.
  
Instructions to faculty/staff
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== Instructions to faculty/staff ==
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It would be helpful if faculty and staff would turn off their own equipment.
 
It would be helpful if faculty and staff would turn off their own equipment.
If you would rather turn off your own equipment, please add a post-it to your office door
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When you turn off your own equipment, please add a post-it to your office door
 
that marks your machine as already turned off.  Something like:
 
that marks your machine as already turned off.  Something like:
  
 
* Comp off - your initials
 
* Comp off - your initials
  
If you don't have an office door, plug a postit on your monitor instead.
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If you don't have an office door, post a postit on your monitor instead.
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== Instructions to graduate students ==
  
Instructions to graduate students
 
 
We'll make sure the computer in your office is turned off.
 
We'll make sure the computer in your office is turned off.
 
Computers staff need to check to see if linux machines are on a surge suppressor  
 
Computers staff need to check to see if linux machines are on a surge suppressor  
 
or plugged directly into the wall.  If they are directly plugged, they should be unplugged.
 
or plugged directly into the wall.  If they are directly plugged, they should be unplugged.
If they are on a surge suppressor,  
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If they are on a surge suppressor, staff will make sure they are turned off.
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== Things we'll start turning off at ?:??:  (need to establish a timeline) ==
  
Things we'll start turning off at ?:??:  (need to establish a timeline)
 
  
 
9th floor:   
 
9th floor:   
 
*projector in 901
 
*projector in 901
9th floor kitchen:
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*9th floor kitchen:
refridgerator
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*refridgerator
3 microwaves
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*3 microwaves
1 coffee machine
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*1 coffee machine
  
 
8th floor
 
8th floor
8th floor copier
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*8th floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
  
 
7th floor
 
7th floor
7th floor copier
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*7th floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
  
 
6th floor
 
6th floor
6th floor copier
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*6th floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
  
 
5th floor
 
5th floor
5th floor copier
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*5th floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
All equipment in 507.
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*All equipment in 507.
  
 
4th floor
 
4th floor
4th floor copier
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*4th floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
  
 
3rd floor
 
3rd floor
3rd floor copier
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*3rd floor copier
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
  
 
2nd floor
 
2nd floor
copier in 205
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*copier in 205
copier in 215
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*copier in 215
computers in each office
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*computers in each office
printers at each desk
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*printers at each desk
fax machine in main office
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*fax machine in main office
credit card machine
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*credit card machine
wisccard machine
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*wisccard machine
refridgerator in breakroom
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*refridgerator in breakroom
microwave in breakroom
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*microwave in breakroom
  
 
1st floor
 
1st floor
Screen for digital display
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*Screen for digital display
raspberry pi behind digital display
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*raspberry pi behind digital display
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*computers in 101/101b
  
 
B1
 
B1
B127 office computers/printers
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*B127 office computers/printers
B107 computers
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*B107 computers
B107 projector
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*B107 projector
B107 printer
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*B107 printer
B102 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
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*B102 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
B130 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
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*B130 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
  
 
B2
 
B2
B2 library computers and printers  (talk to Travis)
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*B2 library computers and printers  (talk to Travis)
B205 computers and printers (talk to Jack Carson)
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*B205 computers and printers (talk to Jack Carson)
B223 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
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*B223 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
B231 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
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*B231 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
B239 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
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*B239 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
  
Servers Shutdown:  (need to notify DoIT that VMWare will be going down on 4/2)
 
To be done approximately 5:30pm on 4/2
 
  
Command to turn off physical machines (shutdown -h now)
 
  
Turn off Marvin in 507 (to disconnect nagios)
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== Server shutdown/startup discussion ==
Disconnect UPS in 507 (need to figure out)
 
Turn off physical research computers first; lower servers on far rack near window
 
Turn off Assadi Computers
 
Turn off Mitchell Computers
 
Turn off Altix cluster
 
Turn off Conley
 
Turn off Cartan
 
Turn off web2
 
Turn off ulam
 
Turn off purple.
 
Turn off erdos.
 
Turn off all virtual servers except VCENTER, Do Bing, Hubble then Alpha last.
 
Turn off all physical VMWAre servers except the server that hosts VMCenter
 
login to the physical server with VMware server on it (currently rudin)
 
type in the following command
 
* vim-cmd vmsvc/getallvms (to see all virtual machinesidentified by vmid)
 
* vim-cmd vmsvc/power.getstate VMID (to see current state of virtual machine)
 
* vim-cmd vmsvc/power.shutdown VMID
 
if virtual machine fails to shutdown
 
* vim-cmd vmsvc/power.off VMID
 
Turn off physical server where vcenter is
 
Turn off cantor/euler (disk arrays)
 
Shutdown APC UPS (need to figure out)
 
  
Servers Startup  (what we will do after 10pm on 4/2)
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[[http://kb.math.wisc.edu/index.php/Power_Outage_Server_Outage_Documentation]]
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Need access to this document? Email Sara.
  
Reconnect UPSs
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== Non-Server Startup ==
Restart Cantor/Euler (disk arrays)
 
Restart all VMWare physical servers (Kleene, Nohel, Rudin, Wasow)
 
Attempt to connect to VCenter using vmware client
 
If not possible, log in to physical machine (currently Rudin) where vcenter was and type
 
* vim-cmd vmscv/power.on VMID (from above)
 
Once vcenter is back up, bring up Alpha
 
Bring up Hubble (may need to wait for this...to count up hard drives)
 
Bring up bing.
 
Bring up other virtual machines
 
Power up erdos.
 
Power up Ulam
 
Power up web2
 
Bring up research machines.
 
Bring up Conley/Cartan
 
Bring up Assadi computers
 
Bring up Mitchell computers
 
bring up Altix
 
Bring up purple (botany backup server)
 
Reconnect UPS in 507
 
Bring up marvin (507)
 
  
Other Startup
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#Power up copiers on each floor, 3-8
Power up copiers on each floor, 3-8
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#Power up copiers in 215, 205
Power up copiers in 215, 205
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#plug in 901 projector
plug in 901 projector
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#Check refridgerator on 9th floor
Check refridgerator on 9th floor
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#Check refridgerator on 2nd floor
Check refridgerator on 2nd floor
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#plug in B107 projector
plug in B107 projector
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#Restart Gluster/Condor computers (get list)
  
Restart Gluster/Condor computers (get list)
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Rest of computers will not be restarted until 4/3 or when their owner returns for use.
  
Rest of computers will not be restarted until 4/3 or when their owner returns for use.
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==testing math==
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<math>p</math><br><br>
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<math>R^n</math><br><br>
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<math>\mathbb{R}^n</math>

Latest revision as of 16:03, 22 January 2016


April 2nd Electrical equipment preparation document

Numerous people have suggested that any electrical equipment either be on a surge suppressor or unplugged to prevent a power surge when the power is reconnected. Computer equipment will be off and the power either unplugged or turned off at the surge suppressor.

John will issue a command to shutdown all linux machines at 5:40pm. All other machines will be turned off by hand, so having your machine already off is helpful.

Instructions to faculty/staff

It would be helpful if faculty and staff would turn off their own equipment. When you turn off your own equipment, please add a post-it to your office door that marks your machine as already turned off. Something like:

  • Comp off - your initials

If you don't have an office door, post a postit on your monitor instead.

Instructions to graduate students

We'll make sure the computer in your office is turned off. Computers staff need to check to see if linux machines are on a surge suppressor or plugged directly into the wall. If they are directly plugged, they should be unplugged. If they are on a surge suppressor, staff will make sure they are turned off.

Things we'll start turning off at ?:??: (need to establish a timeline)

9th floor:

  • projector in 901
  • 9th floor kitchen:
  • refridgerator
  • 3 microwaves
  • 1 coffee machine

8th floor

  • 8th floor copier
  • computers in each office

7th floor

  • 7th floor copier
  • computers in each office

6th floor

  • 6th floor copier
  • computers in each office

5th floor

  • 5th floor copier
  • computers in each office
  • All equipment in 507.

4th floor

  • 4th floor copier
  • computers in each office

3rd floor

  • 3rd floor copier
  • computers in each office

2nd floor

  • copier in 205
  • copier in 215
  • computers in each office
  • printers at each desk
  • fax machine in main office
  • credit card machine
  • wisccard machine
  • refridgerator in breakroom
  • microwave in breakroom

1st floor

  • Screen for digital display
  • raspberry pi behind digital display
  • computers in 101/101b

B1

  • B127 office computers/printers
  • B107 computers
  • B107 projector
  • B107 printer
  • B102 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
  • B130 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)

B2

  • B2 library computers and printers (talk to Travis)
  • B205 computers and printers (talk to Jack Carson)
  • B223 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
  • B231 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)
  • B239 podium (make sure it is powered off, don't unplug)


Server shutdown/startup discussion

[[1]] Need access to this document? Email Sara.

Non-Server Startup

  1. Power up copiers on each floor, 3-8
  2. Power up copiers in 215, 205
  3. plug in 901 projector
  4. Check refridgerator on 9th floor
  5. Check refridgerator on 2nd floor
  6. plug in B107 projector
  7. Restart Gluster/Condor computers (get list)

Rest of computers will not be restarted until 4/3 or when their owner returns for use.

testing math

[math]p[/math]

[math]R^n[/math]

[math]\mathbb{R}^n[/math]