AWS Data Centers Are Really Cold!!!

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AWS Data Centers Are Really Cold!!!

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I deployed a new Ubuntu Server 24.04 host today on Amazon Web Services to run imapsync.

I had read that AWS keeps their data centers a little on the colder side, but I didn't realize quite how cold until I first ssh'd in to the new server:

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Welcome to Ubuntu 24.04 LTS (GNU/Linux 6.8.0-1008-aws x86_64)

 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com
 * Management:     https://landscape.canonical.com
 * Support:        https://ubuntu.com/pro

 System information as of Thu May  2 17:09:56 UTC 2024

  System load:  0.05               Temperature:           -273.1 C
  Usage of /:   20.2% of 13.49GB   Processes:             106
  Memory usage: 17%                Users logged in:       0
  Swap usage:   0%                 IPv4 address for ens5: 10.7.57.250
Wow!

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Re: AWS Data Centers Are Really Cold!!!

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Lol that's 0.05 over the absolute zero. :D
Is that a VPS or a bare metal?
If VPS, probably in layers and layers of abstraction the temp reading has been lost and sensors translate a zero byte in the lowest temperature possible.
OR they achieved a very efficient HVAC....
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I agree about the temp sensor getting lost in layers of emulation, although it'd be cool (heh) if you accidentally got requisitioned some experimental superconducting quantum AI processor. Don't let it get away.

Wonder what that motd script is reading?
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