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Wrong. The server maids are the individuals suspected to be responsible for the crash of the servers in the previous round of instability. They were dusting the cabinets, and knocking loose power cords.

Update: See Servers with an uptime of more than a day are. IIRC, the term came out of a chatterbox conversation.

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in thread Most likely thing to make vroom go postal in the last 2 weeks of the semester by vroom

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