I manage a server room with approx 20 rack servers in two racks. I find all kinds of videos and such on how to manage the network cabling. That is fine, but I would like to see how power cables from the servers are managed in a neat fashion.
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...the same as any other cable?
Typically you put the power cable (AC) on the opposite side of the rack from data cabling (DC) to avoid interference. Which side is data versus power is decided by where the bulk of your power connectors are.
Extra style points for using special-length power cables (so you don't have to make cable loops / bundles to take up slack)
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Arrange the cables so that they don't block airflow and can easily be removed/replaced/added. The rest will fall into place.