We've all seen good and bad examples of cable management.
- What are objective, measurable requirements that can be used in a policy to maintain cabling order in the rack/server room/data center?
I'm not looking for "Don't do spaghetti wiring!" but practical, objectively measurable policy that can be readily explained, followed, and inspected for whether it passes or fails the requirements in the policy.
Please avoid, "Don't do x, y, or z" - instead re-form the requirement as a "Do A, B, and C" where following the second requirement will eliminate the problems explained in the first requirement.
This is not meant to be a topic to include your worst cabling messes - there are websites for that elsewhere, and you'll probably be downvoted.