Maybe mine, although I don't have 1RU Supermicro servers (3RU ones). Click on pic for details:I am looking for a post where the user said something to the effect of they have their own datacenter, maybe home datacenter, or mini datacenter. There was a picture attached that had 7x 1u Supermicro servers.
That rackmount clock is awesome, link/source to it?
Yuck on the price, I think I'll stick with a standard atomic clock.I believe this is the correct link: TimeMachines - Your Network Time Solution Source, NTP and PTP Time Servers and Clock Displays | TimeMachines Inc.
Yes. They used to be called CSS Time Machines, but changed their name. I suspect it had to do with the spectacular Kickstarter flameout by the similarly named (but completely unrelated) Central Standard Timing.I believe this is the correct link: TimeMachines - Your Network Time Solution Source, NTP and PTP Time Servers and Clock Displays | TimeMachines Inc.
I generally get 4 years or so before they start acting up. At that point I start pulling battery packs (there are 12 in there) as they fail. When the runtime drops to an hour or so, I order a whole new set of (raw) batteries and rebuild all the packs at once.