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## Revision as of 16:25, 21 January 2016

## Contents

## 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

- Power up copiers on each floor, 3-8
- Power up copiers in 215, 205
- plug in 901 projector
- Check refridgerator on 9th floor
- Check refridgerator on 2nd floor
- plug in B107 projector
- 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]The arclength of $$y = \sin x$$ with $$0\le x\le \pi$$ is $$ \frac{\pi}{2}.$$ [/math]
[math]\mathbb{R}^n[/math]