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EUCOC ISEB Intermediate Certificate in EU Code of(R) Conduct for Data centres
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e. It should be deployed using grid technology. A. a and b B. c and d C. a, b and c D. a and e Answer: D QUESTION: 42 In one of your less well-managed facilities there has been no control or guidance over customer equipment installation in rack air flow management. Customers have therefore installed some equipment which vents heated air into your designated cold aisles. What does the Code of Conduct indicate you should do? a. Increase the CRAC set point temperatures so that customers will begin to see the advantage of air flow management. b. Advise customers of the benefits to both to the equipment and environment of managing airflow through installing equipment with airflow facing in the correct direction and the use blanking plates. c. Clearly label hot and cold aisles. Notify customers of the requirement for both hot/cold aisle orientation for all new equipment installation. d. Customer racks are outside of your control so you cannot influence hot/cold aisle layout or in rack air flow management. A. a and c B. d only C. b and c D. a and b Answer: C
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  • Mohammad Alizadeh
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