Welch wrote:As you can see the system is running fairly cool, it is on a Tripplite UPS, the first time it wasn't because we thought the UPS wasn't working properly. I just tested it by unplugging the system into it and unplugging it from the wall (ran the server on the UPS for well over 30 minutes with no issue). The server is in the location where people would hear the beeping in the UPS were to run out of battery or be running on it. No one reported hearing anything and they are constantly next to it. I was over there hooking up the UPS about and hour or so before the system shutdown again so I know everything was working fine before leaving. The two 1TB drives are in a mirror raid setup and are only used for raw data. Other main services that are running are Acronis Backup and Recovery 10 going to a 2TB USB 3.0 IOSafe, and a Foxpro program they use for their inventory software. Most users are going home right about 30 minutes before it shuts off so it wasn't under any special load either. I am very stumped by this, anyone have a clue?
Welch wrote:I hope that last message (The P.S) was a signature, because its utter and complete crap . I have built and purchased servers, less of the building but so far with the purchases of Dell 2900's I've had 3 separate issues on their different servers, one resulting in them sending a new motherboard, another was just ram (easy when you've got 24gigs in a system , and the other was a PERC controller that went south after a few months. So to claim that Pros buy is one of the most laughable things I've seen posted in some time. You take your chance no matter what you do, one just cost a hell of a lot less if you don't need a dual CPU setup.
multi_core wrote:6 months = 180 days. after that, 2008 server shuts off hourly, without proper activation.
time to pony up $$ to MS for a license for this error to go away.
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