Yes, we added that - I feel we had the proof to do so, and it was only fair to warn others. Can you blame us?
SO, it is a coincidence that every colo client in the DC lost drives at the same second?
Don't get me wrong, I don't actually think it was the only gas itself that killed the drives, my theory is that the DC's ventilation valves were not adjusted probably to release the pressure after killing fire, but before killing drives.
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