on Aug 2 2006 6:01 am Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Zombies attack Seattle hospital ...
"Most repairs to computer services in 80 hospital trusts that were
downed by a power cut earlier this week are complete, the NHS has
This seems to contradict earlier statements by CfH and it does seem odd
that a power cut would disable over eighty seperate trusts.
"Problems with a storage area networking system at a data centre in
Maidstone, Kent, at 10am Sunday morning left .. NHS Trusts without ..
systems, according to Connecting for Health (CfH)"
"We can report the recovery of computer services in the North West and
West Midlands of England is now largely complete" - reg article
How does a power cut in Kent affect systems in the North of England?
"The nature of the incident meant that service could not immediately be
provided by the back-up systems" - CSC
How does a power cut interfere with a system restore? Are they
seriously sugesting that a single power cut would affect a storage area