It's a 1000 VA UPS but it has connected right now a number of servers so the autonomy is just a few minuets with all them connected and working (of course, monitors are out except the one that can be commuted for each server).
Then after, I pickup the dossier where I have the light company invoices and I'm about to call to them to ask if they already know about the power brake down and if they know how much time is it going to last, and someone calls me from the office (yes, some people were working there even at after 22h00 as there was work to be finished today....) and instead of asking what did happened with the servers as (IMHO) should have done, just starts almost yelling at me that another time couldn't reach the servers.
Now, maybe it's really my fault but I don't like to be yelled at, especially when I'm in the middle of a crisis trying to determine damage and trying to know more information and data about it....
So I've just spoke back at the same tone. That's something that with me is totally automatic and it's very, very difficult for me to do otherwise.
I know the "steam" has to come out, I understand these person's position and concerns which are also mine, even he/she doesn't realize that.
And that is a source of problems that can endanger the whole enterprise.
I just hope that we can somehow reach a middle ground because we all have our temper (I surely have mine as he/she have his/hers...) but if he/she is not to try any modifications if behavior, am I just expected to do it unilaterally?
Normally, when things are just done from one side, they just don't work.</>
It always takes two for a tango!
Of course that someone has to start and I might just be the first one as I've tried already more than once. But I must be followed, after then!
If not, what's the point?
Truly, I become SO, SO MAD, at those times that i have to really, really hold myself really hard to just not explode.
But, I believe I can just yell at the computers as (as far as I know off) they just don't listen.....