This Graph shows the temperature in the Parallel Computation Facility (Physics 338). [Here is the RAW DATA in 4-column format.] The BLUE curve monitors the temperature of the air inside the inlet duct supplying cooled air to the room. The RED curve monitors the incoming air temperature in the front of the machines. This is the most critical temperature: it needs to be cool enough that the individual machines can efficiently pump heat into it. The GREEN curve monitors the temperature of the air above the back vent fans of the individual computers. Note: if this graph does not appear up-to-date, please push the RELOAD or REFRESH button on your browser! The graph is automatically updated every half-hour. If there are obvious problems with temperature control in the room, please alert physical plant services (Andy Nelson andy@server2.pps.uwm.edu x4013 or Dispatch x4742).